- Mix of blue, white, purple, yellow or striped flowers
- Grows 4-6 in. tall
- Blooms in early spring
- Naturalizes well
- Deer tend to avoid
A favorite in spring gardens, crocus are a delightful sight when their colorful, cup-shaped flowers open in early spring. All Species Crocus Mix is a random mix of blue, white, purple, yellow and striped flowers. Growing 4-6 in. tall, crocus can be planted in lawns and under trees. Their grasslike foliage fades before mowing season. These beloved spring-blooming bulbs also can be planted along walkways and in flower beds. For a spectacular look, plant large numbers in sweeping drifts. Crocus naturalize well. They perform best when planted in well-drained soil in full to partial sun. Deer tend to avoid. Zones 3-9.