Intriguing bicolor blooms are creamy-white brushed with soft lilac on the outside and bright lemony yellow inside for an exciting and welcome jolt of color in the winter-weary garden. Also known as snow crocus, they burst forth dependably to greet the spring. Our prime bulbs multiply each year for even more delightful color – order today!
One of the loveliest of the species crocus. Snowy white fluted petals with rounded tips surround an apricot center. A great choice for rock gardens and for planting in naturalized drifts. Multiply rapidly.
The flowers are iridescent blue on the outside, a creamy white inside – the colors of Holland’s delftware. A golden eye adds a charming accent touch. Hardy little flowers pop up and open in early in the season, often through spring snows.
Creamy blossoms accented by bright orange stamens open in late winter as harbingers of the coming spring. Blooms are lovely and long-lasting, and the bulbs naturalize effortlessly to come back year after year in greater profusion. Perfect for tucking here and there in rock gardens, or planting in natural groups—even on lawns. Great for forcing in indoor planters, too.
Ethereal pale lavender and white blooms display primrose yellow centers to create colorful garden excitement in early spring. A species crocus, 'Firefly' grows just 6-12” high, making it perfect for edging a path or a perennial border, or for underplanting trees and shrubs. This variety also naturalizes exceptionally well, increasing in numbers year after year. Guarantee your garden success with our plump, premium bulbs – order today!
Petals of rich, deep gold coloring are intriguingly striped with maroon on the outer sides. Open to flashing yellow on the inside. Very early, they are among the first to bloom in the spring garden.
Bright golden blossoms pop open in early February to welcome spring to the garden. Wonderfully hardy. Plant in bunches for best effect. They multiply rapidly and spread in drifts for a more glorious display each spring.
This heirloom crocus is popular for its petite blooms of pristine white with eye-catching bright orange pistils popping up as a first sign of spring. Naturalizing easily, it makes a delightful contrast within a lush green lawn. Great in rock gardens, under trees or in the borders. Our premium bulbs are long-lived and carefree – order for your garden today.
A most unusual striped crocus of purple and white. Great for mixing with plain purple and white crocus.
Big, showy blooms in a range of colors from pristine white to deep violet distinguish this collection of large-flowering crocus. Often called the harbingers of spring, these low-growing blooms are among the first flowers to appear, sometimes popping right up through late snows. These large-flowering crocus varieties are perfect for adding early color to beds and borders. Or allow them to naturalize with daffodils for a cheery spring spectacle. They can even be planted in lawns – by the time the lawn needs to be mowed, the flowers will have faded. We guarantee our 10 bulb mix of plump, premium…
Your garden will get a jump on spring with our early flowering Species Snow Crocus. These flowers are the earliest to appear in late winter to early spring, often blooming while there is still snow on the ground. This mix is only available for a limited time, so hurry and reserve yours today!
Our Naturalizing Collection includes: 40 purple Crocus, 20 white Crocus, 20 Muscari armeniacum, 10 Scilla siberica, 25 white Spanish bluebells, 25 blue Spanish Bluebells, 30 Daffodils, 20 Tulips, 10 Fritillaria and 10 Camassia. 210 bulbs in all!
Lovely color and shape! Cup-shaped bicolor flowers of white with purple brush marks on the outer side of the petals are a pure delight in rock gardens or in naturalized drifts. Early blooming in late winter, and perfect for indoor forcing.
This distinctive color combination of red and whites will bloom in early spring and brighten up any garden bed with a mixture of 50 white Crocus and 50 red Tulips. Order now for delightful color in spring.
Ruby Giant' crocus is a species crocus, among the first to bloom in early spring. Very low-growing, it creates a rich, velvety carpet of deep lilac purple flowers with golden centers, on stems just 4-6” high. Silvery stripes decorate the bright green foliage. Use this versatile variety to edge a border or walkway or plant in a lawn for a burst of refreshing color – flowers will have faded by the time you have to mow. Also eye-catching in drifts under deciduous trees. Order today – our top-size, premium bulbs are guaranteed to delight!
Crocus sativus has more the function of a status symbol than that of a food additive in today's societies. It is, however, used for several Mediterranean dishes, often in connection with fish, seafood and rice. The fine spice that makes rice so nice. You just pluck off the brightly colored tips - stigmas - inside the flowers and dry to store.
Highly vigorous, hardy, and completely care free! Just plant and forget them until they pop up in early spring. 4” high, they open chalice-form blooms – blue with white feathering and a yellow base. Tuck them into rock gardens, mix among tulips, daffs, and hyacinths. Planted closely in casual groups, they’ll naturalize readily and multiply each year to create drifts of spring color. It’s also fun to plant them here and there on a lawn. They’ll pop up right through the grass. Full sun or partial shade.
Lovely lavender lilac flowers with six petals that form little stars when fully open and deep yellow stamens as a center accent. Perfect for rock gardens and in naturalized settings. Increase in numbers year after year. Mid-season.
Beautiful chalice-shaped blooms of bright yellow pop up early—often through late snows—to cheerfully announce “Spring is here!” Yellow Mammoth is at home in naturalized plantings, rock gardens, mixed bulb beds, and natural drifts anywhere in the yard. If located where they get varying amounts of sun, they’ll bloom over a longer season. Once planted, they come back year after year in greater numbers. Order plenty of these delightful flowers. We ship premium 8-9 cm. bulbs.
I have a Karen Triplett Rhoda and it does not bloom. It has bloomed in the past but probably not for a past several years. Not sure what I need to do? It's in well drained soil has morning and late afternoon sun. It has healthy looking leaves. Any suggestions?