Flower Record Crocus are not only beautiful, but also quite hardy and drought tolerant. Plant in either sun or partial shade,One of the most recognized and beloved Crocuses. Like other crocus they are are excellent attractors to Bees Butterflies.
The name says it all. Plant Yellow Mammoth Crocus Bulbs en masse along a border, or as a groundcover, and get ready to be dazzled when spring bursts into bloom. For best results plant bulbs in either partial shade and water moderately.
Pickwick is a stunning lilac-colored crocus that has become one of the countries favorite. Like other crocus bulbs, Pickwick produces its greatest effect when planted in profusion as a groundcover or along borders.
A prolific bloomer, Joan of Arc is an exquisite crocus that is often used as a groundcover, in rock gardens, or along garden borders. It is a Crocus that will add that welcome splash of colour to any part of your garden in the early spring.
These are one of the earliest crocuses to bloom, The Crocus Tommasinianus flowers in late February and early March, and have slender funnel-shaped flowers which will vary in colour.The crocuses grow from corms with narrow, white striped basal leaves. They grow to about 10cm high and is fully hardy.
With deep golden yellow flowers that can be seen from a distance even with their diminutive size.The colour carries and lifts spirits in a way that other flowers wish they could. Mix with slightly taller Tommasinianus crocuses for a great looking display.
Blue Pearl is considered to be by many the most beautiful Crocus for its unique colouring. Each bulb produces a bunch of subtle violet-blue flowers which are creamy white on the inside. Blue Pearl blooms in early spring and has about a 3 week bloom period
Romance is a nice compact, spring flowering crocus. blooms are a rich cream with golden throats and a brownish green base. Plant these bulbs in the autumn, 8-10cm (3-4in) deep in poor, gritty, well-drained soil in a sunny spot. The Royal Horticultural Society has given it its prestigious Award of Garden Merit.
The colourful flowers of Sieberi Tricolour will herald the onset of spring, and if they are left undisturbed will form an ever increasing clump year on year. Emerging first as fattened, flame-like buds, these soon open up in the sunny weather to form bowls of vibrant lilac, white and yellow flowers
A much sought after Autumn Flowering Crocus As culinary tastes change the demand for spices and herbs increases now with this crocus you can grow your own saffron for use as food colourings or as a key ingredient in Indian food. The bold violet blooms produce red stigmas which can be harvested and dried.
Whitewell Purple is a tommasinianus species and is both decorative, it is also very resilient and perfect for naturalising in gardens or larger landscaping projects. The flowers which are silvery, lilac-purple with bold, striking yellow-orange throat appears in late winter through in to early spring.