The tubers can be planted in open ground or in a pot. Potted tubers aren't frost hardy, so bring the pot indoors or protect the plant with bubble wrap. Space the tubers out when planting in open ground. The distance between plants is three times the width of the tuber. Plant the tuber the depth of three times the tuber's height. Plant the tubers in full sun or partial shade. Water the tuber immediately after planting. Don't water it until the soil feels dry to the touch. The flower bulbs come in plant-based, organic packaging. Made of 100% natural, plant-based materials and 100% recyclable!
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|Latin name:||Crocus flavus|
|Delivery type:||Supplied as bulb or tuber|
|Guarantee:||1 year growth and flowering guarantee|
|Preferred location:||Sun, Half shadow, Shadow|
|Leafs all year:||No|
|Flowering:||March - April|
|Growing Height:||10 - 12 cm|
|Planting distance:||5 - 8 cm|
|Planting depth:||8 - 10 cm|
Plant these yellow crocuses as soon as possible after receipt, in the garden or in pots and planters. Plant in a hole 3 times deeper than the height of the bulb - a 2 cm bulb goes in a 6 cm hole with a planting distance of about 2 cm.
Loosen the soil well with a fork and plant the crocus with the point upwards. Refill the planting hole and avoid walking over the soil. For larger groups, dig a wider hole and plant more bulbs together.
Yellow crocus will thrive in well-drained soil – and the more the merrier really. Try groups of at least 25 - or even 25-50 spread evenly over the bed, border, or lawn.
Yellow crocus in pots
Yellow crocus will thrive in pots or window-boxes too. Always make sure you have a layer of gravel in the base and always use fresh potting compost. Protect your bulbs from frost – store frost-free or wrap in bubble wrap. Water in dry periods.
This yellow crocus are ideal for naturalising and can be left in the same spot for years making it very suitable for allowing to naturalise. After flowering, leave the foliage to die down naturally and cut back when it has turned yellow.
This also applies for crocus that you have planted in the lawn too! Follow these tips and the following spring you will be rewarded once again with an abundance of colourful flowers.
Crocus is a real harbinger of spring that will brighten your garden, patio or decking early in the year with its charming flowers. A low grower, it looks wonderful in pots or window-boxes too and will really be noticed for the big yellow stamens! Crocus copes well in cold and snow too!