Pickwick Crocus has showy white and purple striped flowers, giving you that first splash of color that is highly desired after a long winter! They are commonly planted in flower beds, under trees and shrubs, and lawns- multiplying every season and providing years of spring color.
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Perennial, zones 3-9
Bulb Planting Depth: 3”
Spacing: 12 bulbs per square foot, 3-4" apart
Light Needs: Full sun to light shade
Soil Needs: Average to fertile, moist well-drained
Bloom Time: Early spring
Uses: Flower beds, rock gardens, containers, cut flowers, wild gardens, and naturalizing, under trees and shrubs, on the edges of woods or garden spaces, deer resistant
Care: Amend soil with compost before planting bulbs. Feed with a granular flower bulb fertilizer at planting time or in the spring when the leaves emerge. Cut back spent flowers and allow foliage to die back naturally before removing (4-6 weeks after flowering). Will produce small bulbs, “offsets” that can be divided from the main bulb and transplanted after a few growing seasons.