Are you already familiar with Butterfly Ranunculus? These gorgeous flowers fit perfectly in bohemian and rustic looking floral designs! The stems can carry up to 12 flowers each, and the flower petals have a tiny layer of wax, that gives them a sparkling appearance.
We brought a visit to the nursery of Monarch Flowers in Holland, to see how those wonderful flowers grow. Take a look and be amazed!
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