Crocus Tommasinianus Bulb
Delivery: From end August
Crocus Tommasinianus produces large, lilac to purple flowers, adorned with a delicate white base and contrasting orange stamens.
Also known as the woodland crocus, this award-winning botanical variety is a fantastic way to bring a welcome touch of colour to the garden after a dreary winter. Native to Eastern European woodlands, crocus Tommasinianus will happily naturalise scattered amongst other early-flowering bulbs in garden borders, meadow grasses, rockeries or light woodland edges; it is also suitable for container planting.
Crocus Tommasinianus will provide a much needed source of nectar to pollinating insects.
|Delivery||From end August|
|Height (Mature plant)||10 cm|
|Month of Blooming||February, March (Early)|
|Planting Time||Autumn, Winter|
|Planting density (per m2)||150-200|
|Special Features||Bee and Pollinator Friendly, Naturalising, RHS Award of Garden Merit|
|Suitable for Pots||Yes|
|Type of Soil||Moderately Fertile, Well Drained|