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Image of Crocus ancyrensis

International Flower Bulb Centre

(Golden Bunch Crocus, Spring Crocus)

Opening its bright sunny flowers during some of the dullest and coldest days of the year, Crocus ancyrensis has been a welcome sight in gardens since its introduction to horticulture from central Turkey in the late nineteenth century. It is usually cultivated in the form of 'Golden Bunch,' which produces up to five flowers rather than the typical one or two.

Growing from a small bulb-like storage organ known as a corm, this diminutive herbaceous perennial sends up glowing orange-yellow...

(Snow 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 biflorus

Debbie Schilling

(Snow 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 chrysanthus photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Snow Crocus, Yellow Snow Crocus)

Freely producing its cheerful, sunny blossoms in the waning chill of late winter, this native of southeastern Europe and western and central Turkey is a quintessential harbinger of spring. It has also teamed with the white-flowered C. biflorus to produce numerous white-, yellow-, and blue-flowered hybrids known as "snow crocuses."

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...

Image of Crocus chrysanthus

Jesse Saylor

(E.P. Bowles Crocus, Snow Crocus)

Freely producing its cheerful, sunny blossoms in the waning chill of late winter, this native of southeastern Europe and western and central Turkey is a quintessential harbinger of spring. It has also teamed with the white-flowered C. biflorus to produce numerous white-, yellow-, and blue-flowered hybrids known as "snow crocuses."

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...

Image of Crocus chrysanthus var. fuscotinctus photo by: Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Cream Beauty Snow Crocus, Snow Crocus)

Freely flowering its pale ivory-yellow blossoms in the waning chill of late winter, Cream Beauty snow crocus is also fragrant from the small, cute blooms. A perennial that grows from a small bulb, it is native to the montane regions of the Balkans in southern Europe.

The dull green, short and grass-like foliage emerges in the strengthening late winter sun, often poking up out of melting snows. Each plant produces one to four small flowers, each colored cremy ivory to light yellow with a blush...

Image of Crocus korolkowii photo by: Russell Stafford

Russell Stafford

(Celandine Crocus)

A shining presence in the garden at one of the dullest and coldest times of year, this variable crocus from the steppes of Central Asia is named after the Russian general who first collected it in the late nineteenth century. It entered gardens shortly thereafter.

Growing from a small bulb-like storage organ known as a corm, this diminutive herbaceous perennial sends up several fragrant, glossy yellow flowers in late winter or early spring, just as the grassy, medium-green leaves emerge. Held...

Image of Crocus minimus photo by: Debbie Schilling

Debbie Schilling

(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,...

(Sieber's Crocus)

Opening its winsome blooms with the first hints of spring, this variable crocus from southeastern Europe and Crete was introduced to gardens in the nineteenth century.

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

Image of Crocus sieberi ssp. atticus

Debbie Schilling

(Sieber's Crocus)

Opening its winsome blooms with the first hints of spring, this variable crocus from southeastern Europe and Crete was introduced to gardens in the nineteenth century.

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