Add a new dimension to your edible ornamental garden with this exquisite variety. Lilac-purple petals are veined with dark purple, setting off 3 long, brilliant red stigmas. The heart of the blooms is a deepened plum color, which serves as an intense contrast to the golden yellow pollen. Plants reach 4-5 inches, and are hardy in zones 6-9. NOTE: We'll ship these a few weeks earlier than our other bulbs, since this is a fall-blooming variety, and it should be planted immediately upon arrival. Quantities are limited. Sorry, not available to Canada.
Orange flowers with red accents add brilliant color to the late-summer border. Grows 24" tall. 6+ cm corms. 5-9 Full Sun to Partial Shade 24"H
This crocosmia isn’t a heavy bloomer its first year, but its iris-like foliage is attractive. Emily McKenzie is a long lived plant and by its second year rewards your patience with a July through August display of glowing orange blossoms with red throats. Flowers carried on arching stems above the foliage at 28 to 36 inches. Plant in full sun and in well-drained soil and enjoy a late-summer show for many years.
Gracefully arching stems bloom with a multitude of tubular, orange florets that mature to flaming red. Attractive sword-shaped foliage. Gather loads for unique indoor arrangements . 4-9 Sun to Part Shade 6+ cm bulbs 2' Early to Midsummer If our spring shipping season is closed, your order will be shipped the following spring.
Universally regarded as the best yellow crocosmia, for the radiance of its golden yellow blossoms, their size, and their plentiful numbers. The plants are easy to grow, reach 16 inches or more in height, and bloom from late summer into the fall. Flowers are carried on slender stems and excellent for cutting. We ship premium 8-9 cm. Bulbs that assure strong growth and a spectacular bloom.
Sword-like leaves, similar to a Gladiolus, pop up beginning in late spring to early summer and stay green all summer long. Come midsummer, stunning scarlet-red blooms rise above the foliage providing dazzling color to the summer landscape. Perfect for borders and containers, Lucifer also makes a stunning cut flower. 8-10 cm bulbs. Crocosmia 'Lucifer' Height: 2-4' Zones: 6-9 Bloom Time: Mid to Late Summer Light: Full Sun to Partial Shade
Ignite your garden with the hot colors of these stunning star-shaped blooms. A hardy perennial, this crocosmia mix produces flowers in bright colors from rich buttery yellow to fiery scarlet red. Throughout summer and well into fall, they sway on stems up to 4’ high to create movement, an additional dimension to the garden. The vibrant colors included in this specially selected mix create a tropical feel in beds and borders, and the blooms are exceptionally long-lasting in cut flower arrangements. So easy to grow, you’re guaranteed success – order today, and order plenty!
It is an explosion of color when this favorite crocosmia bursts into bloom. The flowers are a deep canary yellow with a hint of orange, have exotic form, and continue to open into September. Plants form clumps of iris-like blade foliage. The flowers are carried at a height of 26 to 36 inches on arching stems. They make a great addition to mixed perennial beds and combine nicely with pink and orange gladiolas. They are tough plants and survive even when neglected, and reward the gardener who gives them normal care.
Includes 5 each of Emily McKenzie, George Davidson, and Lucifer. This crocosmia isn’t a heavy bloomer its first year, but its iris-like foliage is attractive. Emily McKenzie is a long lived plant and by its second year rewards your patience with a July through August display of glowing orange blossoms with red throats. Flowers carried on arching stems above the foliage at 28 to 36 inches. Plant in full sun and in well-drained soil and enjoy a late-summer show for many years. Universally regarded as the best yellow crocosmia, for the radiance of its golden yellow blossoms, their size, and…
We planted this variety for our spring garden 2017 here in San Antonio, Texas. A lot of our cantaloupes started out with a pronounced curve on the flower end and going for about 2 inches. The flesh was sweet but on the curved part there was no flesh to eat. What caused this? Mary W.