Autumn Flowering Crocus Zonatus.
(Kotschyanus) A very hardy species with large, pale lilac flowers with conspicuous darker veins and golden base.
RHS Award of Garden Merit.
A family which may flower continuously from September, when the autumn-flowering species start to bloom, until the large-flowered Dutch Crocus finishes in March. The autumn-flowering species should be planted in August and September, and the spring-flowering varieties from September to November - the earlier the planting the better the result. Corms should be planted about 8cm (3”) deep in any good fertile garden soil. The winter and spring-flowering species are well suited to the rock garden or the front of borders, and the later Dutch varieties for groups, edging borders or naturalising. For the best results, plant 8-10cm (3-4”) deep, 5cm (2”) apart, and leave undisturbed. Croci are suitable for a pot or bowl culture, with the exception of large-flowered Yellow Crocus, and may also be grown in pebbles and water. It is important to remember that they must not be forced too hard, as too much heat or dryness in the atmosphere will lead to excess of leaf and no flower.
All orders are sent in rotation as the bulbs become available from early September.
Orders received from September onwards will be delivered within 28 working days.
We use either Royal Mail or DPD for deliveries and our ordering process allows you to provide special instructions such as leaving in a safe place should you happen to be out when your bulbs are delivered or if you require a different delivery date.
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Current charges per order are as below and include VAT.
|England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland||£ 5.95|
|Isle of Man, Isles of Scilly and Channel Islands||£14.95|
|Ireland and Other E.U. Countries.||£20.95|