The botanical genus name Ranunculus is derived from the Latin word for little frog. Today it's a weed and is being fought in agriculture. Worn as a boutonniere is not important, but it is good to know - and in any case beautiful yellow (with an autumnal orange touch) and elegant. In sunlight the flower appears more yellow, in artificial light it appears more autumnal.
In every blossom there is a craftsmanship that is almost forgotten today (not in the least comparable to products from Far Eastern countries). Plastics are not used; each flower is literally built up ("flowered") and not simply put together or glued on. Recipes up to a hundred years old serve as the basis for dyeing the fabric.
Care instructions: Protect from moisture and always store in the gift box provided. This protects against dust and crushing in the drawer. Every boutonnière box will exclusive by one of the oldest family businesses in Berlin, founded in 1869 as a hat box manufacturer, made in the Neukölln district.