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Image of Crocus vernus

International Flower Bulb Centre

(Vernal Crocus)

Providing a welcome splash of color at winter's end, this 1943 introduction is one of the earliest of the many widely grown, large-flowered selections of the European native Crocus vernus. 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 pure white flowers arise on ankle-high, stalk-like floral tubes. The up-facing blooms have six "petals" (or segments) in two whorls....

Image of Crocus vernus

International Flower Bulb Centre

(Vernal Crocus)

At winter's end, the magnificent crocus ‘Pickwick’ bears chalice-shaped flowers with white and lilac-purple stripes. This small ephemeral “bulb” is actually borne from corms. Crocus vernus originates from the alpine regions of southern Europe from the Pyrenees and Alps eastward to the Carpathians.

Crocus foliage appears in early spring. The grassy leaves have thing midveins of white and fade away towards the end of spring. The glory of the vernal crocus is its flower. From late winter...

Image of Crocus vernus

Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Vernal Crocus)

Providing a welcome splash of color at winter's end, 'Purpureus Grandiflorus' is among the oldest of the many widely grown, large-flowered selections of the European native Crocus vernus. 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 large glossy royal-purple flowers arise on ankle-high, stalk-like floral tubes. The up-facing blooms have six "petals" (or segments)...

Image of Crocus vernus

Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Vernal Crocus)

Providing a welcome splash of color at winter's end, this 1916 introduction is among the oldest of the many widely grown, large-flowered selections of the European native Crocus vernus. 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 large lilac-blue flowers with pale tips and dark bases arise on ankle-high, stalk-like floral tubes. The up-facing blooms have six "petals"...

Image of Crocus vernus

International Flower Bulb Centre

(Vernal Crocus)

The glorious crocus 'Remembrance' offers glossy violet-purple flowers at the end of winter. This small ephermal “bulb” is actually borne from corms. Crocus vernus originates from the alpine regions of southern Europe from the Pyrenees and Alps eastward to the Carpathians.

Crocus foliage appears in early spring. The grassy leaves have thing midveins of white and fade away towards the end of spring. The glory of the vernal crocus is its flower. From late winter to late spring, its foliage...

Image of Crocus x luteus photo by: International Flower Bulb Centre

International Flower Bulb Centre

(Golden Crocus)

Glowing like drops of sunlight in the late winter and early spring garden, the golden yellow flowers of this hybrid crocus are wonderful among snowdrops and tommy crocuses. A small herbaceous perennial that grows from a corm (bulb-like storage organ), it is sterile and thus does not self-sow. It slowly forms larger clumps through multiplication of its corms.

Golden, cup-shaped, six-"petaled" flowers, one to two per corm, arise on short stalk-like floral tubes in early spring, blooming with the...

Image of Crocus x luteus

Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Golden Crocus)

Glowing like drops of sunlight in the late winter and early spring garden, the golden yellow flowers of this hybrid crocus are wonderful among snowdrops and tommy crocuses. A small herbaceous perennial that grows from a corm (bulb-like storage organ), it is sterile and thus does not self-sow. It slowly forms larger clumps through multiplication of its corms.

Golden, cup-shaped, six-"petaled" flowers, one to two per corm, arise on short stalk-like floral tubes in early spring, blooming with the...

Image of Cydonia photo by: Mark Kane

Mark Kane

(Quince)

Image of Cynoglossum virginianum photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Wild Comfrey)

Native to upland woods throughout eastern and central North America, this large, attractive, clump-forming perennial is now rare or extinct over much of the northern part of its range. It is also rare in gardens.

Basal rosettes of large, oval, fuzzy leaves give rise in late spring to clusters of small, pale blue, funnel-shaped flowers on stout, hairy, knee-high (or taller) stems. Small, bristly, bur-like fruits ripen in midsummer. Plants from northern populations (var. boreale) are...

Image of Daucus carota photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Carrot, Garden Carrot, Queen Anne's Lace)

In the wild it may be called Queen Anne's lace or wild carrot, but as a cultivated plant Daucus carota is simply referred to as the garden carrot.

The cultivated carrot is a hardy, herbaceous, biennial of European and Asian origin. It is grown for its crisp, sweet, tasty tap roots. Often called Daucus carota ssp. sativus, it is a biennial but rarely gets the chance to flower because its roots are harvested in the first season. If allowed to flower, it has large, pretty,...