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Crocus sativus (Saffron)

Crocus sativus is a pretty autumn flowering species that is prized for its long orange-red stamens, better known as Saffron. This valuable spice commands a high price in the supermarkets, but there?s no reason why you can?t grow your own. Crocus sativus can be planted in pots,…  More Info

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Crocosmia Mixed

…for low maintenance, sunny borders. Height: 90cm (35). Spread: 35cm (10). Useful links: How to plant bulbs, corms and tubers Culinary information: A yellow dye is obtained from the flowers and then used as a saffron substitute for colouring foods. For more details…  More Info

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Crocus 'Winter Flowering'

…Crocus flowers in shades of saffron, white and purple look particularly effective when planted in drifts or naturalised in lawns. Flowering 7.5cm (3) tall during February and March, these hardy crocus bulbs will multiply and bloom year after year. Useful links: How to…  More Info

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Crocus sativus 'White'

Growing your own Saffron is all the rage! Now you can contrast your purple Saffron Crocus with this dazzling white variety. Harvest the golden stigma of Crocus sativus subsp. cartwrightianus 'Albus' and dry it before adding it to the spice rack. Unlike many Crocus, these…  More Info

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