ORANGE MONARCH” SPECIE (BOTANICAL) CROCUS
ORANGE MONARCH” SPECIE (BOTANICAL) CROCUS
ORANGE MONARCH” SPECIE (BOTANICAL) CROCUS
ORANGE MONARCH” SPECIE (BOTANICAL) CROCUS

ORANGE MONARCH” SPECIE (BOTANICAL) CROCUS

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ORANGE MONARCH SPECIE (BOTANICAL) CROCUS BULBS LARGE FLOWERING BLOOMS SPRING GARDEN PERENNIAL
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“ORANGE MONARCH” SPECIE (BOTANICAL) CROCUS

  • CATEGORY SPECIE (BOTANICAL) CROCUS
  • VARIETY ORANGE MONARCH
  • DESCRIPTION COLOUR COMBINATION OF BRIGHT ORANGE & PURPLE/BLACK STRIPES
  • HEIGHT 8 CM
  • BLOOMS EARLY SPRING
  • QUANTITY PER UNIT 1, 5, 10, 20, 50 OR 100

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

Please Maake Sure When Buying Orange Monarch You Receive Genuine Ones As Genuine Orange Monarch Is Very Expensive Being A New Variety. Cheap Orange Monarch Will Not Be Genuine But An Ordinary Specie Crocus Like Dorothy

Specie Crocus Also Know As Snow Crocus, Bloom Before The Giant Crocus And Are A Welcome Sight In Late Winter/Early Spring, The Colour Combination, Hardiness And Early Flowering Make Them A Must. You Will Enjoy Their Bright Colours And Bunch-Flowering Habit. They Multiple Rapidly And Bloom Quite Early To Extend The Crocus Blooming Season.

This Heirloom Crocus Opens Its Cheerful Flowers. Originating In The Early Twenieth Century, It Is One Of Many Hybrids That Trace Their Ancestry To Crocus Chrysanthus And C.Biflorus. As With All Other Crocuses, This Tiny Herbaceous Perennial Grows From A Small Bulb-Like Storage Organ Known As A Corm.

New Variety “Orange Monarch” Has One To Four Bright Orange Flowers Which Arise On Ankle-High, Stalk-Like Floral Tubes. Goblet-Shaped When Closed, Named For The Monarch Butterfly Because Of Its Striking Combination Of Bright Orange And Black, The Crocus Olivieri 'Orange Monarch' Matches Its Winged Namesake In More Ways Than Just The One. Like The Butterfly, This Stately Crocus Highlights Nature’s Drawing Abilities. Both Butterfly And Flower Have Vein-Like Line Decorations. Crocus Orange Monarch' Is A True Exclusive And New Breeding Variety Among The Crocus Family. It's The First Orange Crocus On The Market!

Crocus Orange Monarch's Purplish-Black Vein Lines On The Outside Of The Petals Are Either As Intricate As Leaf Skeletons Drawn In Pen And Ink And Complete To The Finest Detail, Or They’re Bold Dark Flashes Done With A Thick Nib Or Thin Brush. Short, Tufted, Grassy Leaves Emerge With The Flowers And Go Dormant By Late Spring.Short, Tufted, Grassy Leaves Emerge With The Flowers And Go Dormant By Late Spring.

Grow This Beautiful Little “Bulb” In Friable, Well-Drained Soil And Full Or Partial Sun (When It Is In Leaf) They Are Not Formal Plants, But Look Best If Grown In Irregular Patches And Drifts. Group Specie Crocuses In Rock Gardens, Mixed Borders, Or Turfgrass, Or Containers. Plants Often Self-Sow. This Crocus Is Also Good For Forcing In Pots To Dimish Winter Doldrums.

Plant 7-10 Cm Deep And 5-10 Cm Apart.

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