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Crocus tomasinianus
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Crocus tomasinianus

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Miniature species, useful for naturalising.
One of the many varieties of blue, white or purple crocii grown in temperate climates for their early spring colour.
Any reasonable garden soil in sun or light shade.
Planting depth 7cm in September/October. Spacing 8cm apart.
Flowering period February - April.
Divide overcrowded clumps in autumn every 3/4 years.

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