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Pickwick is the most popular large-flowering crocus, with purple and white striped flowers that open to reveal bright-orange stamens. Plant this beauty along walkways or in your lawn...
Create a unique statement in your early spring garden with this species crocus. Tricolor’s blooms are just this – A striking orange center edged in bright white and surrounded wi...
Getting its name from gorgeous, bi-colored orange and near-black blooms that resemble a Monarch Butterfly, this Wild Crocus is sure to be one of the first to pop up and delight in th...
This mix of purple, white and yellow Crocus will pop up in early spring through the snow. Tough yet cheerful, when this mix starts blooming you'll know spring is here!...
Showy, velvety deep-purple flowers with orange anthers add great color to the early spring garden. Naturalizes beautifully, creating a colorful carpet in a short amount of time. (Cro...
These are the much loved large flowering crocus with the glowing butter yellow shine. Plant in large groups for spectacular color. (Crocus flavus)...
Pristine pure white Crocus flowers reveal bright-orange pistils on stems 4-6" tall. Joan of Arc's appeal also comes from its charming purple-tinged base and its elegant shape, which...
This Dutch Crocus mix creates a rich blue and purple pool of color. Stunning in the spring lawn. (Crocus vernus)...
Spring Beauty Crocus flowers in both sun and partial shade, and does so in purple accented, light violet blooms that shelter clear yellow stamens. Spring Beauty is a go-to crocus for...
This is the classic large flowering crocus mix. It gives you purple, yellow, white and striped bicolor blooms. (Crocus vernus and Crocus flavus)...
Everybody knows Crocus flower bulbs signal spring, and lead the bloom parade. They're famous for planting in the lawn or naturalizing anywhere you want their bright, early color. Best of all, they're inexpensive and small, so they're a snap to plant. Be sure you buy enough for a big splash next spring.
There are two kinds: The famous hybrids of one species C. vernus, commonly called "Dutch Crocus," and then all the others, collectively called "Species," Snow Crocus, or "Wild" Crocus. Species Crocus are the earliest, and we always have a wide selection of their unusual colors. Dutch Crocus are the most common and have the larger, familiar flowers. If you plant both types, you'll have a much longer season of bloom, and a fascinating rainbow of unique colors and forms. Fact is, nothing's easier than planting a dependably, perennial splash of crocus color--and it'll be there for you, bigger and better every year.