Small-Flowered Crowfoot

Scientific name: Ranunculus micranthus

It’s native and a prolific spreader. The deer occasionally eat it. I’ve been using it as stringy tall-ish ground cover. It only grows to about 16″ tall.

Lately, I’ve been looking up the benefits of different plants, and I’ll need to get back to you on my observations for this one. So far, I can’t find anything about who this plant might benefit. If you know something about that, please comment below!


One response to “Small-Flowered Crowfoot”

  1. Sarah D Avatar
    Sarah D

    At least it’s a native plant and not an invasive one. Kind of a cheerful spring conservative looking flower.

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