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  1. Purple and White Dutch Crocus Bulbs Pickwick, Crocus vernus, Dutch Crocus

    Pickwick is the most popular large-flowering crocus, with purple and white striped flowers that open to reveal bright-orange stamens. Plant this beauty along walkways or in your lawn...

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    Pickwick Dutch Crocus Dutch Crocus Pickwick Crocus vernus Pickwick
    $16.98
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    Pickwick is the most popular large-flowering crocus, with purple and white striped flowers that open to reveal bright-orange stamens. Plant this beauty along walkways or in your lawn for amazing early spring color. (Crocus vernus)
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  2. Purple Wild Crocus Bulbs Ruby Giant, Crocus tommasinianus, Wild Crocus, Snow Crocus or Specie Crocus

    Showy, velvety deep-purple flowers with orange anthers add great color to the early spring garden. Naturalizes beautifully, creating a colorful carpet in a short amount of time. (Cro...

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    Ruby Giant Snow Crocus Snow Crocus Ruby Giant, Wild Crocus, Specie Crocus Crocus tommasinianus Ruby Giant
    $11.98
    Per Bag of 25
    Showy, velvety deep-purple flowers with orange anthers add great color to the early spring garden. Naturalizes beautifully, creating a colorful carpet in a short amount of time. (Crocus tommasinianus)
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Crocus Flower Bulbs

First Sign of Spring

Everybody knows Crocus flower bulbs signal spring, and lead the bloom parade. They're famous for planting in the lawn or naturalizing anywhere you want their bright, early color. Best of all, they're inexpensive and small, so they're a snap to plant. Be sure you buy enough for a big splash next spring.

There are two kinds: The famous hybrids of one species C. vernus, commonly called "Dutch Crocus," and then all the others, collectively called "Species," Snow Crocus, or "Wild" Crocus. Species Crocus are the earliest, and we always have a wide selection of their unusual colors. Dutch Crocus are the most common and have the larger, familiar flowers. If you plant both types, you'll have a much longer season of bloom, and a fascinating rainbow of unique colors and forms. Fact is, nothing's easier than planting a dependably, perennial splash of crocus color--and it'll be there for you, bigger and better every year. 

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