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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Hybrid Crocus, Spring Crocus)

Providing a welcome burst of color at winter's end, this crocus opens its cheerful flowers even as the last remnants of snow linger. Introduced in 1966, it is one of many hybrids that trace their ancestry to Crocus chrysanthus and C. biflorus.

Growing from a small bulb-like storage organ known as a corm, this diminutive herbaceous perennial sends up one to four relatively large, rounded, white flowers in winter or early spring, just as the grassy, shiny, dark green...

Image of Crocus

International Flower Bulb Centre

(Hybrid Crocus, Spring Crocus)

Providing a welcome burst of color at winter's end, this crocus opens its cheerful flowers even as the last remnants of snow linger. Introduced in the mid-twentieth century, it is one of many hybrids that trace their ancestry to Crocus chrysanthus and C. biflorus.

Growing from a small bulb-like storage organ known as a corm, this diminutive herbaceous perennial sends up one to four pale blue flowers in winter or early spring, just as the grassy, shiny, dark green leaves...

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Debbie Schilling

(Snow Crocus, Spring Crocus)

Most gardeners know the delight of the first crocus of spring. Relatively few, though, have experienced the joy of crocuses at other seasons. Yet, in their native haunts in Europe and western Asia, these hardy herbaceous "bulbs" are as much a presence at the growing season's end as at its beginning.

Crocus are members of the Iris family, Iridaceae. They bear chalice-shaped flowers of yellow, blue, purple, or white with long floral tubes that extend underground and may bloom in winter,...

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James Burghardt

(Hybrid Crocus, Spring Crocus)

Providing a welcome burst of color at winter's end, this crocus opens its cheerful flowers even as the last remnants of snow linger. Introduced in the mid-twentieth century, it is a cultivar or hybrid of the southern European native Crocus tommasinianus.

Growing from a small bulb-like storage organ known as a corm, this diminutive herbaceous perennial sends up one or two rich reddish-purple flowers in winter or early spring, just as the grassy, shiny, medium-green leaves emerge. The...

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Russell Stafford

(Hybrid Crocus, Spring Crocus)

Providing a welcome burst of color at winter's end, this crocus opens its ethereal flowers even as the last remnants of snow linger. Introduced in 1972, it is one of many hybrids that trace their ancestry to Crocus chrysanthus and C. biflorus.

Growing from a small bulb-like storage organ known as a corm, this diminutive herbaceous perennial sends up one to four pale blue flowers in winter or early spring, just as the grassy, shiny, dark green leaves emerge. Held singly...

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Jesse Saylor

(Hybrid Crocus, Spring Crocus)

A welcome sight in late winter, this heirloom crocus opens its cheerful flowers while the last remnants of snow still linger. Originating in the early twentieth century, it is one of many hybrids that trace their ancestry to Crocus chrysanthus and C. biflorus. Like all other crocuses, this diminutive herbaceous perennial grows from a small bulb-like storage organ known as a corm. In late winter or early spring, one to four white flowers with hints of yellow arise on ankle-high,...

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Debbie Schilling

(Hybrid Crocus, Spring Crocus)

Providing a welcome burst of color at winter's end, this crocus opens its cheerful flowers even as the last remnants of snow linger. Introduced in the early twentieth century, it is a hybrid of Crocus tommasinianus and the large "Dutch crocus" (C. vernus).

Growing from a small bulb-like storage organ known as a corm, this diminutive herbaceous perennial sends up one or two soft lilac flowers with silvery gray exteriors in winter or early spring, a week or two before...

Image of Crocus

Debbie Schilling

(Snow Crocus, Spring Crocus)

Most gardeners know the delight of the first crocus of spring. Relatively few, though, have experienced the joy of crocuses at other seasons. Yet, in their native haunts in Europe and western Asia, these hardy herbaceous "bulbs" are as much a presence at the growing season's end as at its beginning.

Crocus are members of the Iris family, Iridaceae. They bear chalice-shaped flowers of yellow, blue, purple, or white with long floral tubes that extend underground and may bloom in winter,...

Image of Crocus

International Flower Bulb Centre

(Hybrid Crocus, Spring Crocus)

Providing a welcome burst of color at winter's end, this heirloom crocus opens its showy flowers even as the last remnants of snow linger. Introduced in the early twentieth century, it is one of many hybrids that trace their ancestry to Crocus chrysanthus and C. biflorus.

Growing from a small bulb-like storage organ known as a corm, this diminutive herbaceous perennial sends up one to four flowers in winter or early spring, just as the grassy, shiny, dark green leaves...

(Spring Crocus)

Opening its bright sunny flowers during some of the dullest and coldest days of the year, this crocus from central Turkey has been a welcome sight in gardens since its introduction to horticulture in the late nineteenth century.

Growing from a small bulb-like storage organ known as a corm, this diminutive herbaceous perennial sends up one or two glowing orange-yellow flowers in late winter or early spring, just as the grassy, gray-green leaves emerge. Held on short, erect, stalk-like floral tubes,...