Crocus tommasianus Barrs Purple x 20
- 20 x Crocus tommasinianus Barr's Purple
|Botanical name||Crocus tommasinianus Barr's Purple|
|Location||Sun and shade|
|Preferred Soil||Any soil|
How to take care of Crocus tommasianus Barrs Purple x 20
Crocus tommasianus Barrs Purple likes overcrowding at the front of your border, in rockeries. Outdoors choose a location with as much sun as possible. Prepare your site well, loosen it up and put some organic fertiliser pellets into the soil. Plant Crocus tommasianus Barrs Purple in groups together. Give water after planting. If the weather is particularly dry, give water when the shoots start to appear. There is no need to remove the dead flower heads, let Crocus tommasianus Barrs Purple die back naturally as this feeds the bulbs for next year. In two years they will produce a supreme clump of attractive plants. For Indoor planting: Plant Crocus tommasianus Barrs Purple them upon arrival. Water thoroughly and let sit for a few hours before placing it in a dark room for about 10 -weeks. Crocus tommasianus Barrs Purple dislike being near fruit as it can result in no flowers. When the sprouts are well established you can move them to a sunny spot at room temperature and force them into flower. Keep Crocus tommasianus Barrs Purple moist all the times..
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