Less common than it once was, but still an impressive sight if seen in a natural meadow in summer.
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|Sub-group||Buttercup Family - Ranunculaceae|
The buttercup family are generally golden yellow and have five petals. Some members of the family are white and some have differing numbers of petals.The family includes spearworts and crowfoots as well as one or two surprises!
|Book Refererence||Buttercups, Campions and Poppies|