Want to learn better plant care for the spring crocus flowers in your garden? Make sure they come back year after year by listening to this quick crocus mini plant profile podcast.
Crocus Mini Plant Profile
In this podcast, you’ll learn quick facts and plant care suggestions for your spring-flowering crocus flowers.
What You’ll Learn:
- Quick facts to care for your spring crocus flowers.
- General crocus tips.
- Links and videos for further resources or education.
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Crocus flowers help welcome the spring season with their beautiful, cup-shaped flowers in shades of purple, yellow, and white.
They are pretty easy to care for and make perfect flowers for beginning or first-time gardeners.
In general, crocus flowers:
- Are considered a perennial corm-bulb.
- Are in the Iris family of plants, Iridaceae.
- Flowers come in colors of white, pink, purple, violet, lilac-blue with combinations of these colors and some can have highlights or streaks of yellow or red on petals or other parts of the flower.
- Blooms from late winter to spring.
- Generally, most species and types grow in Sunset= Zones 1 to 24. USDA= Hardy to zones 3 to 8.
- They prefer full sun.
Listen to the podcast above for more plant care facts. And, if you have more questions on how to care for your crocus flowers, please email us and let us know.
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