Pink Crocus Zonatus Tops

Crocus Zonatus Tops, 10 pack

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‘Crocus’ flowers, also known as ‘Crocus Sativus’, are hardy perennials that have relatively easy care. If you’re looking to attract pollinators, these are the flowers to choose; bees love them! When planted in April-October, you can expect pink blossoms in April-November. These plants stay small at about 4 inches, making them good choices for flower beds and lawns. Bulbs should be placed 4 inches deep and 4 inches apart in a well-draining soil. While crocuses aren’t too fussy about soil composition, good drainage is needed to avoid any possible rotting. Consider adding bone meal to soil as well to ensure your bulbs are getting proper nutrition! These flowers grow best in zones 4 with full to partial sun, so densely shaded locations should be avoided for planting crocuses. Established blooms can self-propagate eagerly, but they can be easily divided to control where and how far they spread. 

 

Color

Purple

Bulb Season

April - October 

Bulb size

Top Size

Bloom

Apr-Nov

Lighting

Full to partial sun

Water 

When needed, about 6” of water per week

Fragrant

No

Size

10 cm (4 inches)

Plant Depth 

4”

Space Apart

4”

Deer Resistant

No

Skill Level

Easy

Zone

Zone 4

Toxic

Toxic to humans and pets

Other Benefits

Naturalizing and bee friendly



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