£4.50 – £16.00
Crocus Tricolor. Clump forming. Perennial. Thrives in full sun or light shade with well-drained soil. These are the earlier flowering crocus which start to bloom in early February through to March. The flowers are smaller than the Large flowering Dutch crocus and are also slightly scented. They can be used for naturalising under trees, in the grassland, rockeries, beds, borders and containers. Other bulbs that flower around the same time are snowdrops. Eranthis (winter aconites), Cyclamen coum, Dwarf Iris and the Narcissus February Gold.
Bulb Size 5/7
February – March
100 bulbs, 25 bulbs, 50 bulbs
Plant: September-November. 8 cm deep. Spacing 10 cm. Flowers February-March. Height 15 cm.
Hardy. Perennial. Thrives in full sun or light shade in well-drained soil. Can be grown in containers, flowerbeds, borders. Also Ideal for naturalising under trees or in grassland.
Propagate: By dividing overcrowded clumps in June, replant or store in cool dark place until planting time in the autumn.