Crocus sieberi Tricolour - Crocus Bulbs (Corms) Growing Chart
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Crocus sieberi Tricolour - Crocus Bulbs (Corms)
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With its amazing bands of blue white and yellow, we know you'll love these colourful Crocus Sieberi Tricolour Bulbs! These Crocus bulbs grow into small flowers, but it makes an instant impact with those colourful blooms.
Grow it en masse for a truly vibrant spring display in beds, borders or containers.
Crocuses are a vital source of pollen and nectar for early bees and insects. Their blooms lift the spirits when they appear; those cheerful flowers are a sign that spring really has arrived.
Crocus sieberi Tricolor has won the RHS award of Garden Merit (AGM) as an excellent garden plant.
Plant crocus corms in autumn. Plant the corms around 2-3 times their depth, into free draining soil. Avoid planting crocuses in soil that gets waterlogged; on heavy soils add grit to the planting hole to prevent bulbs rotting. For a natural effect scatter the bulbs and plant them where they fall.
Planting crocus corms in grass. If you are planting a lot of crocuses in grass it's easier to gently lift an L-shaped flap of turf and space the bulbs out underneath the flap before carefully replacing it and firming down gently. The crocuses will push through the turf in spring to give a very natural effect.
Planting crocus corms in containers of bulb compost, or gritty free draining compost. Plant corms around 2-3 times their depth.
After care Let the crocus leaves die down naturally and don't be tempted to cut them back early. The foliage needs to absorb energy back to the bulb to ensure next years flowers.
How you receive your bulbs
You receive our spring-flowering bulbs in autumn in a plastic mesh. This is to keep the bulbs together in a pack which is nice and airy – perfect to keep the bulbs healthy while in transit.
Can’t plant straight away?
Keep your bulbs in a cool, light and dry place and preferably hanging on a hook so that air can get to the bulbs at all angles. Look to planting your bulbs within a week of receiving them.See Full Description +
- Quantity 24x Crocus Corms
- Height 8cm / 3in
- Size 5/7cm
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