The Q&A Archives: Ranunculus

Question: I just purchased 12 of these beautiful plants. I know that they are an annual in Illinois...but, aren't they a bulb? Can I dig the bulb in the them...and plant in the spring?
Thank you,

Answer: Yes, you can dig and store the corms for replanting next spring. After the foliage has died down but before a heavy frost, dig the corms and store them in a cool, dry place. You can replant in the spring, after the soil has warmed. Enjoy!

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