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Crocus Bulbs Orange Monarch
Getting its name from gorgeous, bi-colored orange and near-black blooms that resemble a Monarch Butterfly, this Wild Crocus is sure to be one of the first to pop up and delight in the early spring. Growing to be only 3-4” high, plant this beauty somewhere in front where you can enjoy it!

First Flowers of Spring
Blooms Year After Year
Pollen-Rich Flowers for Bees

Height:
3-4 Inches
Flower Color:
Orange
Hardiness Zone:
3-9
Light Requirements:
Full sun
Partial Shade
Bloom Time:
Early Spring

TIPS & MAINTENANCE:

Crocuses thrive in cold to moderate winter conditions such as those in climate zones 3 to 7. They will fail to grow in hot climates.

Crocuses are small corms, so they dry out faster than large bulbs. The best time when to plant crocus is in the fall. Plant them in the open rather than the shade (unless you live in the South) because crocuses like plenty of sunshine! Crocus “bulbs”, are technically corms. Like corms, they have a definite up end and down end.

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