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Happy in clay, chalk, sand or loam soil types under full Sun, partial Sun or sheltered Sun. A hardy shrub from the Ranunculaceae family of plants is handsome & well worth growing for its very fine foliage of large, deeply cut leaves, but it is its flowers, of the deepest crimson or maroon with conspicuously coloured sepals that persist well after the flowers fade, make this the outstanding plant it is. Hardy throughout the British Isles. 5ft (1.5m)
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Germination; Sow immediately. Sow directly in autumn. Sow 5cm deep into prepared soil which has been raked to a fine tilth. Space seeds 25cm apart. Allow natural winter cold to offer ideal conditions for germination to occur in spring as the weather warms. Indoors sow at any time, surface sow onto moist, well-drained seed compost in 10-15cm pots. Propagate or place in a clear polythene bag. Ideal temp. 20°C. Germination takes 3 months approx. Once germinated move the pot to a cold place, 4°C, the fridge is ideal, until spring, 2-4 months. Move to a nursery bed in spring and grow on for 1 year. Mulch in winter. Move to final position the following spring.
Growing; Prefers a deep, fertile, humus-rich soil which is moist but well-drained in a sheltered position. Prefers full or partial sun. May require support or staking.
Cultivation; Remove spent flowers as they fade. Cut the plant back after the foliage dies down in autumn.