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Image of Crocus sieberi ssp. sublimis photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Sieber's Crocus, White Sieber's Crocus)

Opening its winsome blooms with the first hints of spring, this subspecies of Crocus sieberi is native to southeastern Europe.

Growing from a small bulb-like storage organ known as a corm, this diminutive herbaceous perennial sends up one to three lilac-blue flowers in winter or early spring, just as the grass-like green leaves appear. Borne singly on short, erect, stalk-like floral tubes, the six-"petaled" flowers open wide in bright sun to display a luminous gold throat, yellow anthers,...

Image of Crocus sieberi ssp. sublimis

Debbie Schilling

(Sieber's Crocus, Tricolor Sieber's Crocus)

Opening its winsome blooms with the first hints of spring, 'Tricolor' is an heirloom cultivar dating from the early twentieth century. It is a selection of Crocus sieberi ssp. sublimis, native to southeastern Europe and Crete.

Growing from a small bulb-like storage organ known as a corm, this diminutive herbaceous perennial sends up one to three lilac-blue flowers in winter or early spring, just as the grass-like green leaves appear. Borne singly on short, erect, stalk-like...

Image of Crocus speciosus photo by: Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Large Autumn Crocus)

One of the largest and most diverse crocuses, this fall-blooming beauty is native from Turkey to Central Asia.

A small herbaceous perennial that grows from a bulb-like storage organ known as a corm, Crocus speciosus sends up one or two fragrant, goblet-shaped flowers in early to mid autumn. Flower color ranges from pale lilac to deep purple-blue. Held singly atop ankle-high, stalk-like floral tubes, the up-facing flowers have six "petals" (or segments) in two whorls. In bright sun they...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Large Autumn Crocus)

One of the largest and most diverse crocuses, Crocus speciosus is native from Turkey to Central Asia. Its cultivar 'Conqueror' has rich lavender-blue flowers.

A small herbaceous perennial that grows from a bulb-like storage organ known as a corm, Crocus speciosus sends up one or two fragrant, goblet-shaped flowers in early to mid autumn. Held singly atop ankle-high, stalk-like floral tubes, the up-facing flowers have six "petals" (or segments) in two whorls. In bright sun they...

Image of Crocus speciosus

International Flower Bulb Centre

(Large Autumn Crocus)

One of the largest and most diverse crocuses, Crocus speciosus is native from Turkey to Central Asia. Its cultivar 'Oxonian' has deep violet-blue flowers. It is a weaker grower than most other forms of the species.

A small herbaceous perennial that grows from a bulb-like storage organ known as a corm, Crocus speciosus sends up one or two fragrant, goblet-shaped flowers in early to mid autumn. Held singly atop ankle-high, stalk-like floral tubes, the up-facing flowers have six...

Image of Crocus tommasinianus photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Early Crocus, Tommy Crocus)

Scoffing at winter's last fits of snow and cold, the tiny tommy crocus brings cheer and promise with its late winter and early spring flowers, which often occur in self-sown drifts. A perennial that grows from a small corm (bulb-like tuber), it is native to to southeastern Europe.

In late winter, one or two lavender flowers arise from a developing tuft of grass-like foliage. The leaves have prominent silvery-white midstripes. Borne singly on ankle-high, stalk-like floral tubes, the white-throated...

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James Burghardt

(Early Crocus, Tommy Crocus)

Scoffing at winter's last fits of snow and cold, 'Barr's Purple' brings cheer and promise with its late winter and early spring flowers, which often occur in self-sown drifts. A perennial that grows from a small corm (bulb-like tuber), it is a selection of the southeastern European native Crocus tommasinianus.

In late winter, one or two deep lilac-purple flowers with silver-tinted exteriors arise from a developing tuft of grass-like foliage. The leaves have prominent silvery-white...

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Russell Stafford

(Early Crocus, Tommy Crocus)

Scoffing at winter's last fits of snow and cold, 'Pictus' brings cheer and promise with its late winter and early spring flowers, which often occur in self-sown drifts. A perennial that grows from a small corm (bulb-like tuber), it is a selection of the southeastern European native Crocus tommasinianus.

In late winter, one or two pale silvery-lavender flowers with purple tips and splotches arise from a developing tuft of grass-like foliage. The leaves have prominent silvery-white midstripes....

Image of Crocus tommasinianus

Jesse Saylor

(Early Crocus, Tommy Crocus, Whitewall Purple Early Crocus)

Scoffing at winter's last fits of snow and cold, 'Whitewell Purple' brings cheer and promise with its late winter and early spring flowers, which often occur in self-sown drifts. A perennial that grows from a small corm (bulb-like tuber), it is a selection of the southeastern European native Crocus tommasinianus.

In late winter, one or two reddish-purple flowers with silver-tinted exteriors arise from a developing tuft of grass-like foliage. The leaves have prominent silvery-white...

Image of Crocus vernus photo by: Mark Kane

Mark Kane

(Vernal Crocus)

Providing a burst of welcome color at winter's end, this European mountain-dweller flaunts its cheerful flowers even as the last remnants of snow linger. It has given rise to numerous large-flowered cultivars in a range of purples and whites. Like all other crocuses, it is a diminutive herbaceous perennial that grows from a small bulb-like storage organ known as a corm. In late winter or early spring, one or two purple, lavender, or white flowers arise on ankle-high, stalk-like floral tubes. Goblet-shaped...