Pretty oval petals form an open cup like flower. Pale blue petals flushed golden yellow at the centre. Often viewed as the herald of spring crocus chrysanthus varieties flower earlier than the traditional large flowering Crocus and are sometimes referred to as the 'snow crocus'. A pure delight in early spring that, if left undisturbed, will multiply year after year. The flowers are delicate so we recommend you plant or place under taller shrubs and trees in beds, borders and containers. Also a great rockery plant, its mature height a compact 8-10cm. Flowers February to March. 5-6cm corms supplied.
|Mature Height||10 cm|
|Mature Spread||5 cm|
|Plant Spacing||5 cm|
|Annual Growth||10 cm|
|Planting||Plant at approx 2-5cm deep.|
|Soil Type||Moderately fertile, well drained.|
Growing at a glance…
Plant crocus bulbs from September to December 5-8cm deep and 5cm apart. Can be planted under trees and shrubs in grass, in borders and containers. Plant in groups for an en-masse growth, similar to what you'd find on a woodland walk. Leave undisturbed after flowering and they will bloom year after year. Flowers late Winter to Early Spring.