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Our bulbs are Dutch bred and acclimatized to colder environements so they are easier to stand colder weather.(-10C max). Please, take contact for prices, conditions and more information.
Kiev
Bila Tserkva
Saffron bulbs wholesale
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We also give assistance in putting up saffron farms worldwide. We sell wholesale saffron bulbs from the Netherlands, better resistant against cold.
Kiev
Bila Tserkva
Snow Crocus Mix
Prices start at : 4.99 USD / each

Then watch them spread and multiply by leaps and bounds. Plant them anywhere -- along sidewalks, under trees and even across your lawn. Our selection of Crocus includes several colors of strong and hardy bulbs.
  • Season Color: Spring
  • Plant Lighting: Full Sun, Partial Sun/Shade
  • Zones: 3-8
  • Spread: 2-3"
Illinois
Bloomington
Crocus Pickwick
Prices start at : 8.95 USD / 15 Bulbs

Bring them into the house~they will bloom about four weeks later. Pot them up every two weeks starting in mid-October and prechill them at a consistent, 38 to 45 degrees F in the dark for eight to ten weeks with moderate watering.
Maryland
Bowie
Joan Of Arc Dutch Crocus
Prices start at : 16.98 USD / Bag of 20

Plant in groups for stunning early spring color. (Crocus vernus) Joan of Arc's appeal also comes from its charming purple-tinged base and its elegant shape, which attracts attention at every stage.
  •  Containers
  •  Full Sun
  • Zones: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
  • Planting Depth: Plant 3" deep
  • Bulb Size: 9-10 cm
  • Soil Type: Clay Soil, Sandy Soil, Loamy Soil, Drought/Dry Soil
Vermont
Shelburne
Tricolor Snow Crocus
Prices start at : 13.98 USD / Bag of 25

Tricolor's blooms are just this – A striking orange center edged in bright white and surrounded with gorgeous, purple petals. (Crocus sieberi) They work almost exactly the same. Create a unique statement in your early spring garden with this species...
  •  Groundcover
  •  Full Sun
  •  Containers
  • Soil Type: Clay Soil, Sandy Soil, Loamy Soil, Drought/Dry Soil
  • Advantages: Deer Resistant, Bee Friendly, Easy to Grow, Containers, Groundcover, Grow in the Lawn
  • Common Name: Snow Crocus Tricolor, Wild Crocus, Specie Crocus
Vermont
Shelburne
Snow Crocus Mix
Prices start at : 13.98 USD / Bag of 30

This mix of purple, white and yellow Crocus will pop up in early spring through the snow. Tough yet cheerful, when this mix starts blooming you'll know spring is here!
  • Advantages: Deer Resistant, Bee Friendly, Easy to Grow, Containers, Groundcover, Grow in the Lawn
  • Zones: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
  • Half Sun / Half Shade: Yes
  • Planting Time: Fall
  • Bulb Size: 5 cm
  • Soil Type: Clay Soil, Sandy Soil, Loamy Soil, Drought/Dry Soil
Vermont
Shelburne
Pickwick Dutch Crocus
Prices start at : 16.98 USD / Bag of 20

(Crocus vernus) Pickwick is the most popular large-flowering crocus, with purple and white striped flowers that open to reveal bright-orange stamens. Plant this beauty along walkways or in your lawn for amazing early spring color.
  •  Grow in the Lawn
  •  Easy to Grow
  • Light Requirements: Full Sun, Half Sun / Half Shade
  • Common Name: Dutch Crocus Pickwick
  • Zones: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
  • Bloom Time: Early spring
Vermont
Shelburne
Crocus Yellow Mammoth
Prices start at : 8.95 USD / 15 Bulbs

Bring them into the house~they will bloom about four weeks later. Pot them up every two weeks starting in mid-October and prechill them at a consistent, 38 to 45 degrees F in the dark for eight to ten weeks with moderate watering.
Maryland
Bowie
Yellow Mammoth Dutch Crocus
Prices start at : 15.98 USD / Bag of 20

The more you plant, the better it will look. Planting in the lawn is simple, since the bulbs are so small, and the effect in spring is a real treat. One caveat: If you plant in the lawn, wait 6 weeks after flowers bloom to mow.
  • Plant Type / Life Cycle: Perennial
  • Easy to Grow: Yes
  • Planting Time: Fall
  • Advantages: Deer Resistant, Bee Friendly, Easy to Grow, Containers, Groundcover, Grow in the Lawn
  • Bloom Time: Early spring
  • Light Requirements: Full Sun, Half Sun / Half Shade
Vermont
Shelburne
Orange Monarch Snow Crocus
Prices start at : 26.98 USD / Bag of 25

Growing to be only 3-4” high, plant this beauty somewhere in front where you can enjoy it! Unlike the Dutch crocus group of hybrids, these are true 'wild bulbs'-- species crocus that grow in the wild in Greece and other areas.
  •  Half Sun / Half Shade
  •  Containers
  • Planting Depth: Plant 3" deep
  • Mature Height: 3-4" tall
  • Planting Time: Fall
  • Flower Color: Orange
Vermont
Shelburne
Ruby Giant Snow Crocus
Prices start at : 11.98 USD / Bag of 25

They bloom well before the Dutch Crocus, so for a long season of crocus bloom, plant them both. Add these jewel-toned beauties to your wildflower collection, and you'll enjoy them for years.
  •  Full Sun
  •  Groundcover
  •  Grow in the Lawn
  • Bulb Size: 5 cm
  • Zones: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
  • Bulb Spacing: 16 bulbs per sq. ft.
Vermont
Shelburne
Crocus Flower Record
Prices start at : 8.95 USD / 15 Bulbs

Vivid purple outside with a white throat. Bring them into the house~they will bloom about four weeks later. Great plant for naturalizing, in the grass, slopes, under trees. Crocus are also good for forcing indoors over the winter.
Maryland
Bowie
Blue Moon Dutch Crocus Mix
Prices start at : 15.98 USD / Bag of 20

(Crocus vernus) This Dutch Crocus mix creates a rich blue and purple pool of color. Stunning in the spring lawn.
  •  Half Sun / Half Shade
  •  Grow in the Lawn
  •  Full Sun
  • Plant Type / Life Cycle: Perennial
  • Common Name: Dutch Crocus Blue Moon Mix
  • Mature Height: 4-6" tall
Vermont
Shelburne
Saffron Crocus
Prices start at : 16.98 USD / Bag of 15

Harvesting Saffron: When the flowers are fresh, simply remove the bright red stigmas you'll see in each flower's center; they carry the saffron spice. (Crocus sativus) So plant either or both, and enjoy some brilliant spring color in your garden when...
  • Soil Type: Loamy Soil
  • Advantages: Easy to Grow, Containers
  • Common Name: Saffron Crocus
  • Light Requirements: Full Sun, Half Sun / Half Shade
  • Mature Height: 4" tall
  • Zones: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
Vermont
Shelburne
Fall Flowering Crocus Mix
Prices start at : 15.98 USD / Bag of 15

Sativus, , the saffron crocus, much like spring bloomers (about 4-5 inches tall). So plant either or both, and enjoy some brilliant spring color in your garden when you need it the most--in fall!'

Fall

    •  Easy to Grow
    •  Full Sun
    • Planting Time: Fall
    • Bulb Spacing: 12 bulbs per sq. ft.
    • Bloom Time: Fall
    • Mature Height: 4" tall
    Vermont
    Shelburne
    Saffron Crocus Kit
    Prices start at : 34.98 USD / Indoor Growing Kit

    Very easy to grow. Harvest the flavorful, bright red stigmas to use fresh or dried in your favorite dishes. (Crocus sativus) Featuring a double-sized green tin pot, soil medium and 12 high quality saffron corms, you can expect gorgeous, lavender blooms...
    • Forcing: Yes
    • Soil Moisture: Average, Well Draining
    • Soil Type: Loamy Soil
    • Bulb Size: 9 cm
    • Mature Plant Size: 4"
    • Planting Depth: Plant 2" deep
    Vermont
    Shelburne
    Crocus Winter Flowering: Learn About Crocus In Snow And Cold
    The foliage is very cold durable and can even persist under a thick blanket of snow. Their cup-shaped flowers signal warmer temperatures and the promise of a bountiful season. Around February and March, winter house-bound gardeners are roaming their property,...
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    Tips For Growing Crocus In Your Garden
    Every two to three years, crocus clumps should be divided in fall when they are dormant. The usual colors found are white, mauve, lavender, yellow and even striped. They thrive in a soil pH of 6 to 7 and are tolerant of a wide range of soils.
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    How To Plant Crocuses And Proper Crocus Flower Care
    Plant them in the open rather than the shade (unless you live in the South) because crocuses like plenty of sunshine.You can plant them in the lawn, but for proper crocus care, don't cut the grass until their leaves turn yellow and disappear.
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    What Is Autumn Crocus: Growing Information And Care Of Autumn Crocus Plants
    Let's learn more about growing autumn crocus.The autumn crocus or meadow saffron is a member of the lily family (Liliaceae), not to be confused with its look alike, the spring-flowering, which is a member of the Iris family (Iridaceae).
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    What Are Crocus Offsets: How To Dig Up Crocus Bulbs For Propagation
    Propagating crocus bulbs from division is a simple and easy method of multiplying these enchanting flowers.Crocus flowers appear from March to April in a wide range of colors, from white to yellow and shades of purple, with solid and striped varieties.
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    Growing Crocus Indoors
    (10-16 C.).Maintain watering, but let the surface become dry to the touch before watering. The temperature should stay between 35 to 45 F. Crocuses are great for adding early color indoors with window boxes, planters or other containers.
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    Crocus In Lawns: Tips For Growing Crocus In The Yard
    Keep in mind that you won't be able to mow for a few weeks, or until the tops of the crocus turn yellow. If you like a lawn that is luxurious, lush and heavily fertilized, planting handfuls of crocus may be a waste of time because the bulbs have little...
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    Crocus Bulb Storage: Learn How To Cure Crocus Bulbs
    The result is better yields and bigger blooms.Crocus actually spring from corms, but many gardeners use the term bulb and corm interchangeably. You may choose to line the bag with dried moss to cushion the bulbs.
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    Crocus Planting Tips: Learn When To Plant Crocus Bulbs
    Thegives the corm the clue that it is not time to grow up through the soil. Select corms that are healthy and free of disease, mold or damage.and 1 to 2 inches apart. This prevents early tender shoots from getting zapped by freezing temperatures.The process...
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    Common Crocus Species: Fall And Spring Blooming Crocus Plant Varieties
    Often known as “Tommy,” this small variety displays star-shaped blooms of silvery bluish-lavender.) is a delightful variety with sweet-scented, orange-yellow blooms. Read the label carefully; some forms Scottish Crocus forms bloom in autumn.).
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    My Crocus Won\'t Flower: Reasons For A Crocus Not Blooming
    In warmer climates, choose varieties with lower chilling requirements. If you live in a warm climate it is possible the corms didn't receive theirrequired to break dormancy. Leave the foliage in place to help the corms gather energy to store for the formation...
    Ohio
    Willoughby
    Crocus to Brighten the Spring Garden
    Wrote an article introducing us to the Dutch hybrid crocus and the Tommie crocusThe more common Dutch hybrid crocus include 'Purpureus', 'Pickwick', 'Jeanne d'Arc', 'Remembrance' and 'Yellow Mammoth'If you check out specialty bulb nurseries, you may indeed...
    California
    El Segundo