This hybrid we believe was raised by Margaret and Henry Taylor and when originally released it was a white flowered plant. These offered here are a palest creamy colour and apparently they all came from the same seed batch. For this reason we have added the 'Lemon' to the name to differentiate it.
This is an easy species/hybrid to grow being tolerant of wet or dry soils as long as the drainage is good. Foliage is broadly lanceolate and quite leathery being greyish-silver with prominent veining. These are up to 14 cms long and around 3 cm wide, making loose vertical rosettes. Flowers are held on rigid stems to a height of 30 cms or so. Many are borne and the colour is a pale creamy/straw yellow - like buttercups but much bigger.
We believe this is a Ranunculus x arendsii hybrid.