Part of the buttercup family, Ranunculaceae, as sometimes still known as Ranunculus ficaria. Lesser celandine is found across the UK in woodlands, grasslands, bare ground, hedges etc. The bright yellow flowers are out at the same time as snowdrops and daffodils. We grow a range of cultivated forms, with differing flower and leaf colours and larger or double flowers. Best grown in a pot, or an area of the garden where you don't mind them spreading.