Great cut flowers and helps it produce even more blooms! The blooms of the Ranunculus look like large buttercups. Thanks to their uncomplicated appearance they combine well in any garden setting. In a cottage garden you can get away with combining.
The camellia (Camellia japonica L) was designated the state flower of Alabama in replacing the original state flower adopted in 1927 (goldenrod). A native of China, Korea, Taiwan and Japan, the camelia is cultivated in the southeastern United States.