Organic Flowers | Dark Red Ranunculus

Organic Flowers | Dark Red Ranunculus
Dark Red Ranunculus You will enjoy this rare variety of ranunculus for its deep magenta color, and subtle rose fragrance. Ranunculus are only available in March and April so snap them up while they last! Each gift box is carefully packed with 12 stems of Dark Red Ranunculus. CCOF Certified Organic Dark Red Ranunculus $49.95 Deluxe Red Ranunculus (18 stems) $59.95
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  • queenesther says

    :x Love It!

    110 months ago

  • babukutty says

    very nice

    110 months ago

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