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Ranunculus ficaria 'Randall's White' is one of the many wonderful rock garden cultivars of an otherwise noxious weed. This selection comes from Allan Robinson, former Rock Garden Superintendent at Wisley, who named it after his cat. For us, Ranunculus 'Randall's White' emerges in mid-February and flowers in mid-March. The 3" tall x 6" wide deer-resistant clump is composed of quarter-sized, heart-shaped, glossy green leaves and highlighted by a dramatic silver pattern. The 1" creamy daisies emerge on 3" stalks and age to white with a bright yellow center. By late May, the plants are asleep for the summer.