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Planted at Mount Vernon


  • Upper Garden

  • Hardiness Zones


    Crocuses cheerfully herald the coming spring with bright yellow flowers. They naturalize easily in gardens, offering clumps which grow larger year by year.

    Latin Name

    Crocus angustifolius 'Cloth of Gold'


    Family

    Iridaceae


    Type of Plant

    Bulb

    Bloom Season

    March - April


    Seasons

    Spring

    Specifications

    Max Height: 0.5'
    Max Spread: 0.5'

    Uses

  • Flower Border

  • Sunlight Exposure

    Full Sun
    Part Shade

    Tollerances

  • Black Walnut
  • Clay Soil
  • Deer

  • Toxicity

    Do not ingest

    Colors


    Native Range

    Europe to Western Asia


    History

    This bulb was first discovered in 1587 and were well known in England by 1629.


    Other Details

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