Buttercup (tall, bulbous, small-flowery hairy)

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Latin Name: 
Ranunculus Bulbosus

Turf Weeds

Lifecycle:
Perennial

Preferred Habitat:
Well drained calcareous soils.

Growth:
Hairy with no runners and a swollen and bulb like base of stem.

Flowers: 
Bright yellow, sepals bent back sharply from March to July.

Leaves:
Three distinct toothed segments on the leaves, which are narrower, higher up the plant.

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