Crocus mixed colour collection

large flowering crocus bulbs

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30 bulbs £6.99 £4.89
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Buy Crocus mixed colour collection large flowering crocus bulbs: A bright and cheerful carpet of colour

  • Position: full sun
  • Soil: gritty, poor to moderately fertile, well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: fast-growing
  • Flowering period: March to April
  • Hardiness: fully hardy
  • Bulb size: 7/8

    Shades of purple, lilac-blue, striped, orange and white make up this lush mix of goblet-shaped flowers that appear in March and April above slender, strap-shaped leaves. These vigorous, large-flowered Dutch crocuses are perfect for naturalising in the lawn or allowing to meander through the front of a sunny, well-drained site. To achieve a naturalistic effect broadcast small handfuls of bulbs, planting them where they fall.

  • Garden care: Plant bulbs in naturalistic drifts 10cm (4in) deep in September or October. Where bulbs are planted in grass do not cut the grass until after the leaves have died back.

  • CAUTION do not eat ornamental bulbs

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Prolific flowering


Bulbs were good size & good quality. Lovely splash of colour so early in the year - really cheers you up.




Great colourful display when you need it most


Lovely display and hopefully will continue to flower each year now too. Really lovely mix of colours




Worth every penny


Growing beautifully


West Sussex


Would I buy the Crocus mixed colour collection again?


Only about 20 of the crocus's flowered which was quite disappointing. This could be because it was their first year and of course, I'm no gardener. This is why I have ticked 'Yes, I would recommend this to a friend'.


East Sussex




Really stunning plants, much larger and healthier than previous crocuses I have tried - maybe twice to three times the size of your standard crocus. Planted en-mass these look particularity stunning. Bees and butterflies flock to them. One downside is that no yellows have come up, as of yet, or maybe there were none in my pack?




Bright and cheerful


Lovely grouped together




yellow is the colour ...


I'm trying to lay down a carpet of colour in early spring so crocuses should do it. Pricewise these were value for money. I've not had any problem with these plants coming up and I didn't take any special care in planting except depth. On the negative side yellow does appear to be the dominant colour in the 'selection' and the first to raise their heads (just starting to show now).


Hull, East Yorkshire



4.7 7


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