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Plant Genus of the family Ranunculaceae

Genus Description Cultivation
Aconitum
Actaea
Adonis
Anemone
Anemonella
Anemonidium
Aquilegia
Atragene
Batrachium
Caltha
Ceratocephala
Cimicifuga
Clematis
Consolida
Coptidium
Coptis
Coriflora
Cyrtorhyncha
Delphinium
Enemion
Eranthis
Halerpestes
Hecatonia
Helleborus
Hepatica
Hydrastis
Isopyrum
Myosurus
Nigella
Pulsatilla
Ranunculus
Syndesmon
Thacla
Thalictrum
Trautvetteria
Trollius
Viorna
Viticella
Xanthorhiza This genus, which is native to eastern North America, is a member of the buttercup family and contains just the one species of small deciduous shrub that has a creeping and suckering rootstock. The leaves are pinnately divided and clustered near the shoot tips. It has small dark purple flowers that appear with the emerging leaves. CULTIVATION: This very different member of the buttercup family can be used for ground cover in sun or part-shade. It needs a moist, reasonably fertile, mulched soil. Propagate from seed or by division.



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