Hornbull Buttercup loves walking through the fields and woods around Sylvania all alone. He likes the peace and quiet and gets all huffy and bad tempered if he is disturbed during his thoughtful strolls. Some
children find him frightening!
Daisy Buttercup is very nosy and likes to see and know what is going on. If she sees anyone out for a walk or off shopping, she will wander over to see what
they are up to and have a chat.
Paddock Buttercup is very frisky, running, skipping and jumping everywhere, he just can't seem to stand still for long. All this pent up energy makes Paddock
very good at the playground game of 'catch' but he is at a disadvantage when the children play a game of 'hide & seek'.
Annabell Buttercup does not like to rush anything. She walks slowly
and gracefully, and has never been seen to run or even jog. Getting ready for school in the morning takes her hours.
Standing Baby Broter: Chedder Buttercup
Chedder Buttercup is a shy baby who doesn't like being away from their mother Daisy. He will not play by himself when mother is doing housework, so she gives him a duster and he follows her around the house dusting.
Twins Dolly & Fennel Buttercup are shy babies who don't like being away from their mother Daisy. They will not play by themselves when mother is doing housework, so she gives them a duster each and they follow
her around the house dusting.
Angus Buttercup formed the Sylvanian Ramblers Club to encourage everyone to take up walking as a healthy and relaxing pursuit. Along with his wife, Bessie, he also ensures that all the local footpaths are kept in
good repair and clear for everyone to use and enjoy. Footpaths are part of our great Sylvanian heritage, he is often heard to proclaim.
Bessie Buttercup, like her husband Angus, enjoys the great outdoors
with its scenic beauty and healthy fresh air. As a proud member of the Sylvanian Ramblers Club, she is in charge of producing the club-leaflets which lets everyone know the best scenic routes around Sylvania. Both Grandfather Angus
and Grandmother Betty enjoy their weekly walk together to visit Dotty Buttercup at the Farm Shop. They like to buy their fresh produce for the week, and then come home to have dinner with the whole Buttercup Family.
*The Buttercup cows are a pretty unique family! I love that the older males have horns, but also like that their markings are so unique to almost every individual.