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It has a flowering period of about 63 to 70 days, offering a large production of resin-coated buds with large and fleshy calyxes. The dominant phenotype is green in colour, and about 10% of the plants are a purple phenotype which then acquires beautiful colours.

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Butter Cup, an impressive resin producer
Butter Cup is a 60/40 Sativa Indica hybrid that offers large and vigorous plants. It adapts well to apical pruning and mainlining, producing long flower colas.

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Not only do the plants seed like rabbits breed, but the creeping stems root and take hold as the plant scrabbles over soil. Each newly rooted spot is a new plant. Add to that, the plant can re-establish itself with just a root or stem fragment and you probably get the picture that removal of the weed is going to be a challenge.

There are no known biological controls at this time to kill buttercup weeds. Changing the growing conditions in an area is one way to minimize the growth of the plant. Buttercup likes nutrient poor, compact soil with a low pH. Lower the acidity of soil, increase percolation, and fertilize for cultural buttercup control.

Buttercup Weed Information

Hand pulling is possible in small infestations, but you must use a tool designed to remove deep roots and get every bit of the weed. Wear protective clothing when handling the plants too, as the sap can seriously irritate the skin.

The saying, “beauty is in the eye of the beholder,” may have the sting of truth in regards to buttercup. The plant would make a pretty picture gamboling over the landscape with its bright sunny yellow flowers and attractive lobed foliage, but grower beware. One of the most important tidbits of buttercup weed information regards its rampant growth habit.

Creeping buttercup is in the Ranunculus family and known for its lovely flowers. However, buttercup is considered by many to be a weed due to its invasive and prolific nature. Buttercup control is particularly difficult in large scale infestations unless you wish to resort to an herbicide. Chemical control is one option, but there may be better ways to minimize the plant’s impact on your landscape.