This is the crocus everyone knows and loves. The bright colors, plus the popular striped crocus, guarantee a wonderful array of color, especially against the emerald green of a lawn in early spring.
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.