The different flowering times of the crocus species
- Small-flowered varieties: late winter
- Large-flowered varieties: spring
- Autumn crocuses: autumn
Bloom time of the early flowering crocuses
The first flowers of the crocus appear as soon as the ground is no longer completely frozen. The small-flowered crocus species form firm tips that can even penetrate snow cover.
- The flowers of the crocus - harbingers of spring
- The hyacinth is in bloom in spring
- Some crocus species also bloom in autumn
The main flowering time of this species of crocus begins in February and lasts until March.
Large-flowered crocuses bloom a little later
Crocuses with larger flowers appear a little later. They are not quite as robust and only grow when the air temperatures rise a little.
From March to May they enchant flower beds, lawns and meadows with a colorful sea of flowers.
Autumn is the blooming time of the autumn crocuses
The flowering time of the autumn crocus starts when many other flowers in the garden have already faded.
From September to October, they give the garden another real color.
The right location is important
In order for the crocus flowers to develop properly, they need air and light, and preferably also the sun. Therefore plant them in a location where the flowers are as sunny as possible. After flowering, the sun no longer plays a role. Then the spring flowers also thrive in the shade.
Tips & Tricks
The cooler it stays, the longer the spring crocus flowers will last. As soon as it gets warmer, the colorful splendor is unfortunately over quickly.