Category: Crocus Bulbs

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Crocus Corms Lucky Dip

Crocuses Are One Of The Most Popular Spring Flowering Bulbs. They Are Ideal For Naturalising In Lawns Or Growing In Containers And Are Small Enough To Include In An Alpine Displays. Crocuses Are Also A Good Source Of Food For Insects Coming Out Of Hibernation Such As Bees And Their Brightly Coloured Flowers Offer Much Need Colour After The Dark And Dreary Days Of Winter.in This Crocus Lucky Dip Offer You Will Receive A Random Complementary Mix Of Five Of The Following Bulbs:crocus Fireflycrocus Ruby Giantcrocus Pickwickcrocus Jeanne D'arccrocus Golden Yellowcrocus Sieberi Tricolourcrocus Gipsy Girlcrocus Grand Maitrecrocus Spring Beauty

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Crocus Sativus – Saffron Crocus Bulbs (corms)

These Autumn-flowering, Saffron Crocus Bulbs Are Renowned For Their Long Red Stigma. These Are Commercially Grown To Produce Saffron, Gathered And Dried To Give A Spice That, At Times, Has Been More Valuable Than Gold.we Can't Promise These Saffron Crocuses Will Make You A Fortune As It Takes A 150 Flowers To Yield A Gram Of Saffron But We Can Promise These Crocus Bulbs Are Easy And Fun To Grow. The Translucent Purple Flowers Will Brighten Up The Garden And You'll Get Some Home Grown Saffron To Use In The Kitchen Too.

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Crocus Orange Monarch – Crocus Bulbs (corms)

Orange Monarch Is A Vibrant Orange Crocus Bulb With A Contrasting Purple Flame. These Bright Flowers Will Shine Out On Even The Dullest Of Winter Days! When The Sun Shines The Flowers Open Wide To Show Off Amber Stamens, A Magnet For Pollinators. Crocuses Are A Vital Source Of Pollen And Nectar For Early Bees And Insects.crocus Bulbs Produce goblet-shaped Blooms, Which lift The Spirits When They Appear; Those Cheerful Flowers Are A Sign That Spring Really Has Arrived.plant Crocus Corms In Autumn. Plant The Corms Around 2-3 Times Their Depth, Into Free Draining Soil. Avoid Planting Crocuses In Soil That Gets Waterlogged; On Heavy Soils Add Grit To The Planting Hole To Prevent Bulbs Rotting. For A Natural Effect Scatter The Bulbs And Plant Them Where They Fall.planting Crocus Corms In Grass. If You Are Planting A Lot Of Crocuses In Grass It’s Easier To Gently Lift An L-shaped Flap Of Turf And Space The Bulbs Out Underneath The Flap Before Carefully Replacing It And Firming Down Gently. The Crocuses Will Push Through The Turf In Spring To Give A Very Natural Effect.planting Crocus Corms In Containers Of Bulb Compost, Or Gritty Free Draining Compost. Plant Corms Around 2-3 Times Their Depth.after Care Let The Crocus Leaves Die Down Naturally And Don’t Be Tempted To Cut Them Back Early. The Foliage Needs To Absorb Energy Back To The Bulb To Ensure Next Years Flowers.height 8cm/3in size 5/7cm

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Crocus Gypsy Girl – Crocus Bulbs (corms)

Crocus Gypsy Girl Bulbs Produce One Of The Earliest Flowering Spring Crocus Bulbs With Beautifully Patterned Petals. Whether The Blooms Stay Shut On Dull Days Or Open Wide In Sunshine, The Distinctive Feathered Markings On The Outer Petals Guarantee This Crocus Will Look Good, Whatever The Weather!crocuses Goblet-shaped Blooms Lift The Spirits When They Appear; Those Cheerful Flowers Are A Sign That Spring Really Has Arrived.plant Crocus Corms In Autumn. Plant The Corms Around 2-3 Times Their Depth, Into Free Draining Soil. Avoid Planting Crocuses In Soil That Gets Waterlogged; On Heavy Soils Add Grit To The Planting Hole To Prevent Bulbs Rotting. For A Natural Effect Scatter The Bulbs And Plant Them Where They Fall.planting Crocus Corms In Grass. If You Are Planting A Lot Of Crocuses In Grass It’s Easier To Gently Lift An L-shaped Flap Of Turf And Space The Bulbs Out Underneath The Flap Before Carefully Replacing It And Firming Down Gently. The Crocuses Will Push Through The Turf In Spring To Give A Very Natural Effect.planting Crocus Corms In Containers Of Bulb Compost, Or Gritty Free Draining Compost. Plant Corms Around 2-3 Times Their Depth.after Care Let The Crocus Leaves Die Down Naturally And Don’t Be Tempted To Cut Them Back Early. The Foliage Needs To Absorb Energy Back To The Bulb To Ensure Next Years Flowers.bulb Size 5/7cm

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Crocus Sieberi Tricolour – Crocus Bulbs (corms)

With Its Amazing Bands Of Blue White And Yellow, We Know You'll Love These Colourful Crocus Sieberi Tricolour Bulbs! These Crocus Bulbs Grow Into Small Flowers, But It Makes An Instant Impact With Those Colourful Blooms.grow It En Masse For A Truly Vibrant Spring Display In Beds, Borders Or Containers.crocuses Are A Vital Source Of Pollen And Nectar For Early Bees And Insects. Their Blooms Lift The Spirits When They Appear; Those Cheerful Flowers Are A Sign That Spring Really Has Arrived.crocus Sieberi Tricolor Has Won The Rhs Award Of Garden Merit (agm) As An Excellent Garden Plant.plant Crocus Corms In Autumn. Plant The Corms Around 2-3 Times Their Depth, Into Free Draining Soil. Avoid Planting Crocuses In Soil That Gets Waterlogged; On Heavy Soils Add Grit To The Planting Hole To Prevent Bulbs Rotting. For A Natural Effect Scatter The Bulbs And Plant Them Where They Fall.planting Crocus Corms In Grass. If You Are Planting A Lot Of Crocuses In Grass It’s Easier To Gently Lift An L-shaped Flap Of Turf And Space The Bulbs Out Underneath The Flap Before Carefully Replacing It And Firming Down Gently. The Crocuses Will Push Through The Turf In Spring To Give A Very Natural Effect.planting Crocus Corms In Containers Of Bulb Compost, Or Gritty Free Draining Compost. Plant Corms Around 2-3 Times Their Depth.after Care Let The Crocus Leaves Die Down Naturally And Don’t Be Tempted To Cut Them Back Early. The Foliage Needs To Absorb Energy Back To The Bulb To Ensure Next Years Flowers.flowers: Feb-march.height 8cm /3insize 5/7cm 

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Crocus Prins Claus – Crocus Bulbs (corms)

Crocus Prins Claus Bulbs Will Sparkle In The Garden With Its Pretty Purple Edged Outer Petals And Pure White Centres. Crocus Bulbs Bloom Open Wide In Response To Warmth And Sunshine, Showing Off Their Golden Stamens. But With Their Purple Stained Petals These Crocuses Are Just As Pretty When The Blooms Remain Shut. Crocus Bulbs Provide A Vital Source Of Pollen And Nectar For Early Bees And Insects.crocuses Goblet-shaped Blooms Lift The Spirits When They Appear; Those Cheerful Flowers Are A Sign That Spring Really Has Arrived.plant Crocus Corms In Autumn. Plant The Corms Around 2-3 Times Their Depth, Into Free Draining Soil. Avoid Planting Crocuses In Soil That Gets Waterlogged; On Heavy Soils Add Grit To The Planting Hole To Prevent Bulbs Rotting. For A Natural Effect Scatter The Bulbs And Plant Them Where They Fall.planting Crocus Corms In Grass. If You Are Planting A Lot Of Crocuses In Grass It’s Easier To Gently Lift An L-shaped Flap Of Turf And Space The Bulbs Out Underneath The Flap Before Carefully Replacing It And Firming Down Gently. The Crocuses Will Push Through The Turf In Spring To Give A Very Natural Effect.planting Crocus Corms In Containers Of Bulb Compost, Or Gritty Free Draining Compost. Plant Corms Around 2-3 Times Their Depth.after Care Let The Crocus Leaves Die Down Naturally And Don’t Be Tempted To Cut Them Back Early. The Foliage Needs To Absorb Energy Back To The Bulb To Ensure Next Years Flowers.flowers: Feb-march.height 8cm /3insize 5+cm