Crocus are a true welcome to the landscape in early spring, they are a reminder of warm weather and a parade of many other blossoms to come for the upcoming spring and summer. Crocus are excellent when planted in rock gardens, also a pleasant site to see in beds and borders, when there is nothing else blooming and possibly even snow on the ground. If you have never had the pleasure of Crocus blooming in your garden, consider planting some this ...
This special crocus has many attributes we love, it blooms later than other crocus, and it features lilac blue and deep blue/violet striations in the petals! Plant with white daffodils for a clean and fresh April garden look. Also known as Tuscan Crocus as it is native to Northern Italy.
This charming mix of crocus is perfect for a natural look in your garden or lawn areas. This package of Giant Mixed Crocus will create a mosaic of whites, purples, and yellows which is truly delightful! This mix of giant crocus is made up of the large flowering Dutch Crocus, also referred to as Crocus vernus. Flowers will close at night, on cloudy days or in shaded planting locations.
A soft, subtle touch to the garden, these 'Grand Maitre' Giant Crocus bloom slightly later than the species with a light hue of violet that almost looks blue like the early spring sky. The cupped petals open just enough to reveal the splendid yellow of the stamen creating a striking accent.
These goregous, white crocus are quite courageous, often coming up while the snow is still on the ground! The winter-defying flowers of the 'Jeanne d'Arc' Crocus have glossy pure white petals with a slight hint of purple at the base which surround beaming yellow stamen in the center. They stand quite upright and are great for naturalizing in grassy lawn areas or woodlands.
Tracing back to the 1880's, this crocus has been a long-lasting favorite. Blooming very early in the spring, sometimes even among the snowflakes, the 'King of the Striped' Crocus have white flowers with lustrous petals delicately striped with purple. The yellow centers make quite the statement among the stark ground.
This charming mix of Crocus is perfect for a natural look in your garden or lawn. This package of Giant Mixed Crocus will create a mosaic of whites, purple/blue, and yellows, which is great for mass plantings, ground cover, under trees and borders. Varying in height and bloomtime, this collection of Crocus will extend the bloom-time of your garden in the early spring and return year after year, as well as multiple!
This charming mix of crocus is perfect for a natural look in your garden or lawn areas. This package of Giant Mixed Crocus will create a mosaic of whites, purples, and yellows which is truly delightful! These large flowering crocus will be a delight in your late winter/early spring garden. This make is made of various large flowering crocus types, such as Crocus vernus cultivars, like
The Botanical Mixed Crocus pack is a hearty mixture of multicolored Crocus with our top-sized bulbs! Blooming in very early spring, the Mixed Crocus love the sun and partial shade and can be planted in beds, borders and pots. It is also is a great plant to use for naturalizing and can be planted throughout a lawn for a splash of early color!
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Add a touch of the exotic to your garden! The 'Prince Claus' Crocus, which is native to Greece and Asia minor, has extremely attractive snow-white petals adorned with a deep purple brush mark on the outer sides. The slighly cupped petals reveal a pure white center making it truly striking in the garden or naturalized in the lawn!
The 'Cream Beauty' Specie Crocus herald that spring is on its way, blooming in late winter. Being one of the first crocus to bloom, these little darlings are sure to be a welcome sight after the long, cold winter. Their handsome cream petals slightly curl around the beaming yellow stamens in the center of the delicate flowers.
An extremely early bloomer and fast multiplier, the delightful 'Ruby Giant' Species (or Snow) Crocus adds great color to any spring garden. The petals are a rich violet-purple on the edges, gradually fading to pure white in the inside center of the flower.This is a cultivar of the Crocus tommasinianus also refered to as Tommies which unlike all other Crocus Tommies are squirrel and deer resistant! Great for beds and lawns!
The Tricolor Specie (or Snow) Crocus is spectacular site and probably the most interesting of all of the crocus! Its soft violet petals turn to a brilliant yellow-orange in the center of the bloom with a distinct spalsh of white in the middle of the petals. Looks exquisite when planted among solid white and yellow crocus!
These stunning crocus will be a ray of sunshine in the garden! The Golden Yellow Giant Crocus are jumbo bulbs imported from Holland which are quite delightful when massed in rock gardens or naturalized in lawn areas. Help brighten up the dulldrums of extremely early spring with these beauties!