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Bur Buttercup Fruits

Bur buttercup (Ceratocephalus testiculatus, formerly Ranunculus testiculatus) is one of our earliest wildflowers to bloom, appearing immediately after the snow melts. It is also very short-lived. Once it appears, it is only days before the fruits are mature and the … Continue reading

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Bur Buttercup

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A native of Southeastern Europe. the bur buttercup (Ranunculus testiculaus) is an invader that is now common in several western states. It can be found in pastures, along roadsides, in waste areas and grain fields – disturbed areas. Bur buttercup … Continue reading

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