Crocus Species Romance

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A sweet little crocus with buttery yellow petals and white highlights. The flowers appear in clusters and open about a week before most other crocus varieties. Plant them in abundance where you'll be able to admire their delicate charm. Bees love the extra-early blossoms.

  • First Flowers of Spring
  • Multiplies Year to Year
  • Easy and Reliable
25 corms
$9.75
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Crocus Species Romance

Item#:
10000192
Genus:
Crocus
Scientific Name:
Crocus
Common Name:
Crocus
Class:
Species
Variety:
Romance
Plant Type:
Corm
Origin:
Holland
Light:
Sun to Part Shade
Size/Grade:
5/7cm
Hardiness Zones:
3 through 8 Find Your Zone
Suitable Zones:
3 through 8
Ships:
Fall
When to Plant:
Fall
Bloom Time:
Early Spring
Planting Depth:
Plant 3" deep
Spacing:
Space 3" apart
Height:
Grows 4" tall
Count:
25 corms

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  • 5
    Adorable little yellow crocus

    Posted by Kerry on May 21st 2022

    These little yellow crocuses were the first up, and the bees were happy! Tiny - maybe half the size of the purple crocus I remember from my childhood home. I tucked a few into pots (not successful for newbie gardening me) and the rest in the landscape (worked super). These yellow species crocus appeared a solid week and a half before my mix of larger crocuses, when I was biting my nails over anything coming up after the winter wait!

  • 5
    Yellow Romance Crocus

    Posted by T on Mar 21st 2022

    I planted 4 bags of Yellow Romance Crocus last fall and I couldn't be happier. They were the first crocus to bloom this year. The color is a pretty buttercup yellow - they are really stunning!. And the nice thing is that their leaves are just tiny blades of grass so all that you see are beautiful blooms. They bloom the same time as Pickwick crocus and would look nice mixed with them.