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Wildflower Seed Mixtures
Proven mixtures for your region or special uses, such as dry area, partial shade, animal attracting, low growing and many more.
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Over 75 choices that will bloom in the second year and for years to come. Purple Coneflower, Perennial Lupine, Black Eyed Susan, Shasta Daisy and more.
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Over 110 choices for fast color, such as Poppies, Cosmos, Sunflowers, Zinnia and many more.
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Perfect for any special event, these packets are printed in full color on glossy paper, and you can easily customize them with a stock label. Each design available with volume discounts listed.
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Planting in the lawn is simple, since the bulbs are so small, and the effect in spring is a real treat. The more you plant, the better it will look. One caveat: If you plant in the lawn, wait 6 weeks after flowers bloom to mow.
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Dutch Crocus Yellow Mammoth
I planted a bunch of these under my forsythia last fall and the order arrived quickly and all the bulbs were large and healthy. They are just now emerging (March in Iowa) and...Read complete review
I planted a bunch of these under my forsythia last fall and the order arrived quickly and all the bulbs were large and healthy. They are just now emerging (March in Iowa) and it looks like their bloom time will coincide with the forsythia, as I had hoped. I can hardly wait to see how it looks! The species crocus are already blooming. I fully intend to plant hundreds more all over the lawn this next fall, they are such a mood-lifter after all the dull gray of late winter!!!!
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Did not grow
Bad deal planted per instructions and no results. waste of money.
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Comments about American Meadows Dutch Crocus Yellow Mammouth - Bag of 20:
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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Bright yellow crocus flowers
from Rockland, Wisconsin
About Me Avid Gardener
I like the color of these crocus flowers and the fact that they require low maintenance.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Big BrightYellow Crocus
from Boston MA
About Me Avid Gardener, Getting Started
Love the bright yellow color duration of the crocus.
Large showy blooms
from Tulsa, OK
About Me Casual Hobbyist
Nice but not mammoth
from New City, NY
Misleading>Not huge blooms but the usual crocus yellow and reliable
By Sharon the spring lover
from Bend, OR
Our spring is slow to start each year in zone 5a, so imagine my surprise when 1 week ago there was no sign of my crocus, and this week they suddenly appear! I was a little kid seeing beautiful flowers for the first time. Winter is just too long for me.
Such a wonderful sight
from Harrisburg , PA
am going to buy more of these
Great color but not mammoth in any way
By Arkansan Gardener
from Fayetteville, AR
I love crocuses...they are always the first to pop up when Spring is near! I planted about 4 separate groups with around 5 bulbs each in my front yard perennial garden bed right at the border. ! actually think there were more than 20 bulbs which was a nice bonus! The colors were beautiful and they lasted for quite some time. These were up in early February since we had such a mild winter here.
Just as described, pretty and a beautiful pop of color after those long winter months!
By Robosquirrel Bulbplanter
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