Crocus species Mixed

value pack of mixed species crocus bulbs

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100 bulbs £14.99
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Buy Crocus species Mixed value pack of mixed species crocus bulbs: A beautiful mix of varieties

  • Position: full sun
  • Soil: gritty, poor to moderately fertile, well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Flowering period: February to March
  • Hardiness: fully hardy
  • Bulb size: 5

    If you love the species crocus (those ones that have daintier flowerheads and are excellent for naturalising), but can't decide which ones you like best, then this collection could be right up your street. It is a mixed bag of 100 bulbs, which will not only put on a pretty spectacular display when they are all in flower, but will also be easier on your pocket.

  • Garden care: Plant bulbs in naturalistic drifts 10cm (4in) deep in September or October.

  • CAUTION do not eat ornamental bulbs

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Great flowers


Great product




good value


in pots with other bulbs and wallflowers and in groups in the borders




I would buy this product again


planted beneath shrubs to give colour in spring




Beautiful - used for crocus labyrinth - now in second year


Flowered beiatifully in first year. Planted under turf with drainage, compost and bulb starter to make labyrinth pattern Now beginning to flower for second year - yellows first- if like last year whites and purples will follow to give beautiful pattern for a few weeks Difficulty in lawn is slowing foliage to grow the die back naturally before needing to mow lawn ..... But if you don't mind a perfect excuse not to cut lawn......


North Yorkshire

Great value and great flowers.


These have flowered for months. Bees have enjoyed them and they are brilliant value. They are delicate in colour and not at all like the vulgar mixes one sees in public planting displays. Subtle but cheery. Will buy more this Autumn!




Cheer up winter


Subtle colours which I liked. Fantastic way of brighten ending the garden in winter. I am buying some more for the front this year.




pale and pastel


I had these planted along the edges of two new borders in October 2012. They all grew well but I was disappointed by the colour mix. They were just pale blue and cream so looked washed out and not the burst of early spring colour I had hoped for. I have had better from a diy store.




Crocus species - mixed colours

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