Joan of Arc (Jeanne D'Arc) is a stunning white crocus that looks brilliant on it's own but even better when interplanted in large clumps with some of the lighter and darker purple varieties. A really vigorous variety with the usual large flowers expected from the Dutch hybrids which look spectacular when open and which will last for around three weeks. When planted in a sunny position the flowers will open wide and they are also great for bees in the spring when other pollen sources are scarce.
Supplied as 9-10cm corms.
Type: Perrenial crocus bulbs (Hardy)
Sunlight: Full Sun
Planting Location: Flower borders, under trees, pots, wildflower meadow, grass
Soil Type: Chalk, Clay, Sand, Loam
Moisture: Well drained
Crocus vernus 'Joan of Arc'
Crocus 'Joan of Arc' Planting Instructions
Plant your crocus bulbs from September to December, 8-10cm deep, in a well-drained and sunny situation. 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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