Ruby Giant, Crocus will add great color to any early spring gardens with it's deep-purple flowers with orange anthers.
Fall / Winter
Early Flowering (February-March)
Prefers Sun/Partial Shade, Border or Beds, Container, Ground Cover, Mass Planting, Naturalizing.
Crocus bulbs perform best in full sun but will tolerate some shade.
Perform best in sandy, well drained soil.
When planting bulbs, always place the pointed end up at the sky. (Crocus bulbs don't always have a distinctive pointed end! If you are unsure which side the plant up, place the flattest side touching the earth)
Fertilize Crocus bulbs when planting and then again when the foliage pushes through the soil in the Spring.
Water area immediately after crocus bulbs are planted. Additional water is not necessary in the fall/winter; Crocus bulbs prefer to be dry when dormant.