Crocus 'King of the Striped'
We have been having such lovely sunny days here that I have been spending more and more time out in the garden. I especially am loving how all the bulbs I planted back in the Autumn are either flowering like the Crocus and Snowdrops or are at least beginning to show like the Hyacinths and Agapanthus.
So before I throw away the packaging from all my Autumn bulbs I am documenting all the info here...
Crocus 'King of the Striped' are a most unusual striped crocus of purple and white and are a great naturalising plant when planted in great masses under trees or in clusters in your border and can be planted under grass. Crocus 'King of the Striped' prefer as much sun as possible and love to be overcrowded in borders and rockeries. They are easy to care for as there is no need to remove the dead flower heads as they should be left to die back naturally which feeds the bulbs for next year. They take two years to produce large clumps of pretty purple flowers with bright orange stamens.