Crocus flowers add color and diversity to your home garden or landscape. Our quality Crocus bulbs make adding Crocus blooms to your garden easy and hassle free. These petite flowers are ideal for containers, borders and rock gardens and are great for naturalizing. Explore our versatile selection of crocus bulbs for sale below for an easy to grow and gorgeous addition to your garden!
Unlock the Beauty of Spring with Our Crocus Bulbs 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.
Crocus FAQs: Planting and Growing Tips
Where Should I Plant Crocus Bulbs?
Crocus bulbs should be planted in fall in well-drained, sandy soil in full sun to partial shade. Crocus flowers are hardy in zones 3-9.
How Do I Plant Crocus Bulbs?
Plant the crocus bulbs 2-4" deep and 2- 3" apart. For best effect, plant in drifts of 20 or more bulbs. Crocus naturalizes well. Crocus flowers grow 4-6" tall.
When Do Crocus Flowers Bloom?
Typically crocus plants bloom in February - March. 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" deep in groups of 10 or more bulbs.