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Mixed Botanical Crocus Jumbo Pack

Crocus chrysanthus

#83107
Availability: Fall Pre-Order
$14.47
Was: $28.95
You Save: $14.48 (50.0%)
100 bulbs per package
Quantity:
4.80 stars, based on 15 review(s)
Ships: Fall

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!

  • Try this Jumbo Pack of top-sized bulbs for an unbeatable price!
  • 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.
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New England

Naturalizing

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  • naturalizing
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These little lovelies return early each spring and have only increased in numbers over the years.

Texas

in bloom now

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These bloomed in central Texas, zone 8 (border of 8a and 8b) a few starting in early March and still going with many blooms in mid-March and look great in the cottage garden I'm starting.

I planted them farther apart than recommended and hope they have room to spread. They are very small but such a bright spot in the early spring garden.

Mixed Botanical Crocus Jumbo Pack

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Bulbs are healthy & arrived quickly.

Large beautiful crocus

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Naturalized with crocus in the yard in front of my pond. They did not disappoint. Large and very beautiful!

Zone 7, Wearers North Carolina

GREAT PURCHASE

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Bulbs arrived in great condition. They were very solid. Order was incorrect but they sent the missing pieces without a fuss.