• Charming Crocus Collection - 83137
  • Charming Crocus Collection - 83137
  • Charming Crocus Collection - 83137
  • Charming Crocus Collection - 83137
  • Charming Crocus Collection - 83137
  • Charming Crocus Collection - 83137
  • Prince Claus Crocus - 83108
  • Prince Claus Crocus - 83108
  • Jeanne d' Arc Giant Crocus - 83113
  • Jeanne d' Arc Giant Crocus - 83113
  • Jeanne d' Arc Giant Crocus - 83113
  • Jeanne d' Arc Giant Crocus - 83113
  • Jeanne d' Arc Giant Crocus - 83113
  • Jeanne d' Arc Giant Crocus - 83113
  • Jeanne d' Arc Giant Crocus - 83113
  • Jeanne d' Arc Giant Crocus - 83113
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Charming Crocus Collection

#83137
Availability: Fall Pre-Order
$20.87
Was: $41.75
You Save: $20.88 (50.0%)
125 bulbs per package
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Ship Season: Fall

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 fall for a certain delight early spring!

This collection contains the following:

1 #83116 Yellow Giant Crocus (25/pack)

1 #83114 Grand Maitre Giant Crocus (25/pack)

1 #83113 Jeanne D' Arc Giant Crocus (25/pack)

1 #83108 Prince Claus Crocus (25/pack)

1 #83115 King of the Striped Giant Crocus (25/pack)

  • Crocus like a sunny location, but will tolerate partial shade.
  • Crocus require well-drained soil with organic matter. Amend soil with organic matter such as compost, manure or peat humus.
  • Space your crocus 2-4” apart, or plant together in one large hole leaving a small amount of space between bulbs so they are not touching.
  • Crocus don’t always have a noticeably pointed end. Plant your crocus 2-3” deep, with the flattest side touching the earth. If you are unsure which side is up, plant the crocus corms on their side, they will straighten out to find the sun.
  • Fertilize at planting with Hi Yield Bulb Food or for organic gardening use Bulb-Tone. Apply fertilizer at least 2” below the bottom of the bulbs so that the roots will get the most benefit from the fertilizer.
  • Water the area the crocus have been planted immediately after. Additional water in fall and winter is not necessary; bulbs prefer to be kept dry when dormant.
  • Apply a 2” layer of mulch in late fall.