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Crocus

Crocus tommasinianus

Crocus Tommasinianus

Crocus tommasinianus or also known as Early Crocus is from the Iridaceae family of plants which are deciduous perennials that grow from corms. Crocus tommasinianus is an early bloomer it has long tubed flowers with long pointy leaves. The flowers are usually purple, I saw a lot of them on my early spring walk in Kew Gardens. Crocus tommasinianus is native to Europe and it grows to about 10 cm ...

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Crocus

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Crocus is a genus in the iris family of plants, Iridaceae. Usually, they adapt to colder weather you can plant them in all areas. They usually are very early bloomers, after the snow is melted. Nothing says that spring is arriving, like crocus flowers. Crocus is a perennial which grows from corms. A corm is similar to a bulb but the primary storage tissue is the stem, not the leaf ...

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