• Saffron Crocus 10 Bulbs - Rare Spice - Fall Blooming - Crocus Sativus

    Crocus plants are relatively small, reaching just 3-6 inches in height (depending on the variety). The leaves are grass-like, generally with a light stripe running up the middle. The blooms pucker up at night and re-open in the morning. This rare, fall blooming crocus is more commonly called the Saffron Bulb or Saffron Crocus! It begins blooming in September and continues through October! The purple flowers have deep purple veining! It's orange-red stigmas are the source of saffron, the worlds most expensive spice! Harvesting Saffron is easy, simply pick the red stigmas on each flower once the flowers are fully open. Plant in full sun or partial shade and well-drained soil. It grows 4-6in. tall. Hardy in Zones 5-9. In cooler regions the Saffron Crocus can be grown in containers. You can harvest the saffron when the flowers are blooming. Hirt's is one of the few companies that offer this rare bulb to the gardening public.

    • Brand: Hirt's Gardens
    • ASIN: B000T9O3MS
    • UPC: 612592704176

  • 25 Saffron Crocus Seed Corms

    The corms will produce saffron threads which make up the most expensive spice in the world. Although it takes many corms to produce a significant weight, you can spice your own food with your homegrown saffron. The larger the corm the more likely to bloom the first year.

    • Color: Brown
    • Brand: Marde Ross & Company
    • ASIN: B00VAKB1VQ

  • 15 JUMBO Saffron Crocus Corms/Bulbs ~ FALL blooming ~ RARE SPICE ~ crocus sativus

    The rare and expensive spice, Saffron, also known as "Red Gold", only comes from the Saffron Crocus. These crocus can grow nearly anywhere in the world, but the condition of the soil they are planted in is even more important than the climate in which they are grown. Since Saffron Crocus bloom in the FALL, the corms should be planted immediately upon receipt. Saffron Crocus prefer full sun and well-draining soil. If planting in clay or otherwise heavy soil, it must be amended by adding sand, peat or compost. Saffron corms can be planted either directly into the ground, or into pots or containers. Plant the corms, pointed side up, about 3"-4" deep, and about 3"-4" apart. WATER WELL after planting, and keep your crocus watered throughout the fall and in the spring. Flowers will appear about 6-8 weeks after planting, and the foliage - long slender grass-like leaves - will appear along with or shortly after the flowers. The foliage will stay green throughout the winter and into the spring, and then turn yellow and die back for the summer. For Saffron Crocus to do well, it is VERY important that the corms be allowed to dry out completely during the summer. Therefore, they should not be planted in an area that receives regular summer watering or rainfall. Some people find that their Sa...

    • Color: red, gold, purple
    • Brand: FLOWERSofTOMORROW
    • ASIN: B014C0NU50
    • UPC: 000744684108

  • 20 Saffron Crocus Sativus Corms - Fresh from May Harvest

    • Brand: Marde Ross & Company
    • ASIN: B00TX3590G

  • Hirts Gardens Saffron 20 Bulbs Crocus Sativus Fall Blooming

    This rare, fall blooming crocus is more commonly called the Saffron Bulb or Saffron Crocus! It begins blooming in September and continues through October! The purple flowers have deep purple veining! It's orange-red stigmas are the source of saffron, the worlds most expensive spice! Plant in full sun or partial shade and well-drained soil. It grows 3-5in. tall. Hardy in Zones 5-9. In cooler regions the Saffron Crocus can be grown in containers. You can harvest the saffron when the flowers are blooming. Harvesting Saffron is easy, simply pick the red stigmas on each flower once the flowers are fully open. Hirt's is one of the few companies that offer this rare bulb to the gardening public.

    • Brand: Hirt's Gardens
    • ASIN: B013DSIFN4
    • UPC: 712096806632

  • Saffron Crocus 25 Bulbs - Rare Spice - Fall Blooming - Crocus Sativus

    Crocus plants are relatively small, reaching just 3-6 inches in height (depending on the variety). The leaves are grass-like, generally with a light stripe running up the middle. Many of the spring-flowering crocus bulbs are among the earliest bloomers. The blooms pucker up at night and re-open in the morning. This rare, fall blooming crocus is more commonly called the Saffron Bulb or Saffron Crocus! It begins blooming in September and continues through October! The purple flowers have deep purple veining! It's orange-red stigmas are the source of saffron, the worlds most expensive spice! Plant in full sun or partial shade and well-drained soil. It grows 3-5in. tall. Hardy in Zones 5-9. In cooler regions the Saffron Crocus can be grown in containers. You can harvest the saffron when the flowers are blooming. Harvesting Saffron is easy, simply pick the red stigmas on each flower once the flowers are fully open. Hirt's is one of the few companies that offer this rare bulb to the gardening public.

    • Brand: Hirt's Gardens
    • ASIN: B000T9Q0IS
    • UPC: 612592704190

  • 20 Jumbo Crocus Mixture Bulbs-- Fall planting!

    Grass-like foliage surrounds this chalice shaped flower. Carefree and naturalizing; these bulbs signal the end of winter. Crocus are easy to grow in well-drained soil in full sun or partial shade. Plant in waves for a pleasing presentation in your garden or lawn. If you plant in the lawn, do not mow for a full 6 weeks after they flower. All orders Daylily nursery brand and are grown here. All orders are shipped with Daylily nursery branded packing material, and Daylily nursery copyrighted growing instructions.

    • Brand: Daylily Nursery
    • ASIN: B0153ULHYO

  • 30 Saffron Crocus Bulbs--fall Blooming, Grow Your Own Saffron Spice! Plant now for Fall Blooms!

    Grow your own saffron to use in cooking! We rarely think of bulbs as edible, but this showy fall-blooming Crocus is the source of saffron, the quintessential seasoning for paella and other dishes from the Mediterranean and Asia. Each lilac-purple flower produces three red stigmas, which have been used for flavoring and coloring food since Roman times. We ship fall Crocus in September and October. Cooler states, plant in September, Southern states can go into October. The bulbs must be planted right away so they may go about the business of rooting and preparing to flower, a process that generally takes 4-6 weeks. All of our products are packaged with official Daylily Nursery materials and have copyrighted growing instructions.

    • Brand: Daylily Nursery
    • ASIN: B014I0GTZ2

  • 15 Saffron Crocus Bulbs--Fall Blooming, grow your own Saffron Spice!

    Grow your own saffron to use in cooking! We rarely think of bulbs as edible, but this showy fall-blooming Crocus is the source of saffron, the quintessential seasoning for paella and other dishes from the Mediterranean and Asia. Each lilac-purple flower produces three red stigmas, which have been used for flavoring and coloring food since Roman times. We ship fall Crocus in September and October. Cooler states, plant in September, Southern states can go into October. The bulbs must be planted right away so they may go about the business of rooting and preparing to flower, a process that generally takes 4-6 weeks.

    • Brand: Daylily Nursery
    • ASIN: B016AN97QI