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The single flowers are charming but it's the double form, R.
aconitifolius 'Flore Pleno', that I really recommend for early May.
The Aconite-leaved buttercup, Ranunculus aconitifolius, is the perfect plant for a damp shady part of the garden - on the western side of a fence or shaded by a wall or tree, for example.
The single form has white buttercup flowers held on branching stems and is a gentle, non-invasive addition to the May garden, reaching just a foot in height.