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Crocus Bulbs

Buy from our vibrant selection of crocus flowers and crocus bulbs, perfect for adding a splash of early spring color to your garden. As one of the first flowers to bloom each year, crocus flowers are cherished for their delightful hues and ease of planting. Whether you are looking to create a colorful carpet in your lawn or brighten up your borders, our selection of crocus bulbs offers a variety of colors and species to suit any garden design. Explore our range of crocuses for sale and find the perfect crocus bulbs to ensure your garden bursts into life as soon as spring arrives.

Bring Spring to Life with Our Crocus Bulb Selection

Cheerful crocus flowers announce that spring has sprung! Crocus plants give beds and borders an early-season pop of colors. When planted by the hundreds or thousands, crocus bulbs naturalize beautifully in grassy areas, woodlands, slopes or under trees. Crocus plants can be successfully grown in a lawn for a spring meadow effect. Hold off on mowing the lawn in spring until the crocus foliage begins to die back. Explore our selection of vibrant crocus flowers to add early spring color to your garden. Buy your favorite crocus type and look forward to the joy of beautiful blooms. Start planning today and enjoy a colorful garden!

Crocus Planting and Growing Tips

Crocus bulbs should be planted in fall in well-drained, sandy soil in full sun to partial shade. Plant the bulbs 2-4 inches deep and 2-3 inches apart. For the best effect, plant crocus in drifts of 20 or more bulbs. Growing only 4-6 inches tall, they are hardy in zones 3-9 and naturalize well.

For more information on growing crocus bulbs, please read our How to Grow Crocus page.

When Do Crocus Flowers Bloom?

Typically crocus plants bloom in late winter to early spring. However, the Saffron Crocus blooms in the fall. For this particular crocus variety, plant before mid-October in well-drained soil in full sun to partial shade. Plant the crocus bulbs 3-4 inches deep in groups of 10 or more bulbs.

Why We Love Crocus Flowers

Here are several reasons to adore a crocus.
  • Petite Perennial: The crocus flower is a low-growing perennial, celebrated for its bright, cup-shaped flowers.
  • Early Bloomers: Crocuses can bloom through the snow, signaling spring's arrival.
  • Long-Lasting Charm: As a naturalizing flower, crocus blooms delight year after year, multiplying naturally over time.
  • Colorful Array: Crocuses bloom in vibrant purples, sunny yellows, and crisp whites.
  • Bee's Delight: As early bloomers, crocus gardens provide much-needed nectar for bees in spring.
  • Precious Spice: Saffron, the world's most expensive spice, comes from crocus.
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