Pinkish purple Crocus tommasinianus brings an elfin charm to the garden in late winter. A delightful early crocus and one of the easiest to grow. Flowers prolifically in most situations, and deer and squirrels generally leave it alone.
Note: Resistant to deer and squirrels, but burrowing rodents, such as voles and gophers, may eat the bulbs.
|2014 Catalog:||Page 122|
|Sunlight:||Full or Part|
|Density:||11-12 per sq. ft.|
|per 100:||$ 11.00|
|per 1000:||$ 95.00|
|per 5000:||$ 430.00|
We have finished shipping for Fall 2013 planting. The next time for planting tulips, daffodils and other spring flowering bulbs is Fall 2014.