Crocus Fuscotinctus

Crocus Fuscotinctus

Species

Description

Crocus Fuscontinctus is a engaging flower with bright golden yellow petals with brown streaks running up the outside and bright orange stamens. Lovely in sunny borders, beds, gravel or rock gardens, wildflower meadows or in pots on the patio or balcony. This particular crocus likes to be a little crowded, so plant close together. Combines beautifully with other crocuses, scilla, puschkinia and chionodoxa. Very suitable for naturalising and makes a great ground cover. Bee-friendly.

Additional information

Weight N/A
Bulb size

Unit

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Colour

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Height

10

Flowering Period

February

Bulbs/m2

Biodiversity friendly