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Crocus Spring Beauty

Crocus Spring Beauty (Snow (Specie) Crocus)

Cloth-of-silver 'Miss Vain' • Crocus biflorus 'Miss Vain' • Two-leaved crocus 'Miss Vain' • Scotch crocus 'Miss Vain', Silvery crocus 'Miss Vain'

Cloth-of-silver 'Miss Vain' • Crocus biflorus 'Miss Vain' • Two-leaved crocus 'Miss Vain' • Scotch crocus 'Miss Vain', Silvery crocus 'Miss Vain'

Crocus tommasinianus  Reports have it that squirrels do not eat or move varieties of Crocus tommasinianus.

Crocus tommasinianus Reports have it that squirrels do not eat or move varieties of Crocus tommasinianus.

Crocus tommasinianus Roseus--Roseus crocus has graceful six-petaled, 4” tall flowers that open and close on sunny days, and grass-like foliage. It has a finely reticulated tunic. Deer-resistant, they naturalize readily in well-draining soil and in full to partial sunlight. Recently, it’s been said that squirrels do not like to dig up newly planted C. tommasinianus hybrids for snacks or transplant.

Crocus tommasinianus Roseus--Roseus crocus has graceful six-petaled, 4” tall flowers that open and close on sunny days, and grass-like foliage. It has a finely reticulated tunic. Deer-resistant, they naturalize readily in well-draining soil and in full to partial sunlight. Recently, it’s been said that squirrels do not like to dig up newly planted C. tommasinianus hybrids for snacks or transplant.

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