Crocus 'Barr's Purple' has a silvery sheen to its outer petals and a violet interior with striking orange stamens. They will look great planted under trees, under shrubs, in borders or containers and especially when planted in large clumps or crammed into pots for the patio.
Type: Perennial tommasinianuscrocus bulbs (Hardy)
Sunlight: Full Sun
Flowers: February - March
Planting Location: Flower borders, under trees, pots, wildflower meadow, grass
Soil Type: Chalk, Clay, Sand, Loam
Moisture: Well drained
Crocus tommasinianus 'Barr's Purple'
Crocus 'Barr's Purple' Planting Instructions
Plant your crocus bulbs from September to November, 5 - 6 cm deep. Bulbs can be planted in clusters and will grow into naturalistic drifts. If planted in grass it is best to delay mowing until leaves die back.
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