versicolor picturatus Crocus Bulbs

Crocus Crocus Winter Flowering versicolor picturatus

versicolor picturatus

Silvery white slender blossoms with a violet purple stripe up the centre of each petal and brilliant orange stamens. Aptly named “Cloth of Silver”

Flowering Time: Feburary-March

Primary Colour: White

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  • Description

Named “Cloth of Silver”, versicolor picturatus has silvery white blossoms which each have a thin violet purple stripe up the centre of each petal. Crocus is a genus of about 75 species. It is a native of the Mediterranean and gets its name from the Chaldean word for saffron. The flowers are usually borne singly and have three inner and three outer segments which create a globular appearance. During dull weather and at night they stay closed up to protect their nectar for butterflies and bees which visit on sunny days. If left undisturbed, crocus increase rapidly creating a carpet of radiant colours from self-sown seed as well as the natural multiplying of the bulb.