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Ranunculus acris also known as Meadow Buttercup, a perennial, is the tallest and most elegant of our common buttercups, this plant sometimes reaches a height of 90cm. It is distinguishable from the ubiquitous Creeping buttercup by its lower leaves. In both plants the leaves are deeply cut into lobes (normally five in Meadow buttercup and three in Creeping buttercup) but in Creeping buttercup the middle lobes are stalked. The other common buttercup, Bulbous buttercup, is different from both these species in having down-turned sepals (see photograph for Bulbous buttercup). Flowering occurs from April to October.
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Meadow Buttercup seeds can be over sown directly into established meadow grasses or sown in trays of compost in the spring or autumn. The seedlings can then be pricked out and grown on, for planting out later in the year. Once established Meadow Buttercup plants will self-seed quite readily given the right conditions.