Crocus 'Gipsy Girl'

species crocus bulbs

20 bulbs £3.99 Email me when in stock
60 bulbs £9.99 Email me when in stock
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  • Position: full sun
  • Soil: gritty, poor to moderately fertile, well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Flowering period: February and March
  • Flower colour: yellow with purple-striped outer petals
  • Other features: slender, strap-shaped, mid-green leaves
  • Hardiness: fully hardy
  • Bulb Size: 5/7

    Large, fragrant, yellow flowers with purple-striped outer petals in February and March and slender, strap-shaped, dull green leaves. These spectacular, striped, spring-flowering bulbs look great emerging from a sunny rock garden or raised bed. To achieve the best results plant in early autumn in bold, naturalistic drifts 10cm (4in) deep in gritty, well-drained soil.

  • Garden care: Plant bulbs in naturalistic drifts 10cm (4in) deep in September or October.
    • CAUTION do not eat ornamental bulbs

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Bright Spring

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    Comments about Crocus 'Gipsy Girl':

    Nice bright start to the growing season.

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    • Keen but clueless
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      can I under plant these bulbs around a newly planted Sorbus "Sheerwater" this Autumn?
      Asked on 25/8/2014 by Hopeful from Near Bath

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        Hello,

        If you can avoid damaging the roots of the tree, then this sounds like a great idea as the crocus will become naturalised over time, spreading to form a lovely drift.

        Answered on 27/8/2014 by helen from crocus
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