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Crocus Sativus (saffron crocus)

Crocus Sativus Saffron Crocus

Grow your own Saffron with our large bulbs.

Crocus Sativus flowers in the autumn and also produces the spice Saffron that can be used as seasoning or a colouring agent. The flowers produce three deep-red stigmas (saffron) that can be collected and dried.

Flowers October, November.
Large bulbs supplied, size 9/10. large bulbs produce more flower.
Hand Packed in strong paper bags, no plastic packaging used.


Crocus Sativus, (Saffron Crocus), fully to frost hardy. Perennial.   Thrives in full sun, with well-drained soil. This is an October flowering crocus, which can be used for naturalising under trees, in the grassland, rockeries, beds and borders, containers or even indoor. Sativus is the source of saffron, which is made from the large red stigmas, gathered and dried. There are three stigmas to each crocus flower which makes you realise why Saffron is expensive. During the Middle ages this plant was known as vegetable gold.

Large bulbs supplied.  Size 9/10, Large bulbs produce more flower.


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