|Colour||Lilac, Purple, White|
|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|
|Size||5 - 7cm|
|Special Features||Bee and Pollinator Friendly, Naturalising|
|Suitable for Pots||Yes|
|Type of Soil||Moderately Fertile, Well Drained|
Crocus Tommasinianus Barr's Purple is a remarkable flower that graces our gardens with its delicate beauty and vibrant purple hue. Crocus Tommasinianus are a species native to southeastern Europe. An early flowering spring bulb to begin the spring season with.
Growing and Caring for Tommasinanus Crocus:
- The Barr’s Purple Crocus will grow to 10cm tall
- They flowers in late February and early March
- Crocus are easy to grow, just place them in well draining soil in a sunny or semi-shaded position.
- They love the sun and will open really wide once the early spring sun warms them up.
- You can even plant them in your lawn. They flower before you need to make the first mow in March-April.
- Barr’s Purple are hardy bulbs that will return for numerous years.
- You can leave them in the soil undisturbed.
- They makes a great food source for early rising bees.
Plant in a pot to showcase its elegant, cup-shaped petals and exquisite violet-purple color. Watch as these flowers emerge from the winter's slumber, heralding the arrival of spring with their graceful presence.