‘Pickwick’ is a large flowering crocus that produces several upright, cuplike, silver-lilac flowers with darker lilac stripes on stems rising to 4-6″ and basal, grass-like leaves. Versatile and easy to grow. Blooms shortly after snowdrops, Galanthus. Naturalizes well. Since Crocus are always the first flowers out in the spring, they are a delight to see glistening in the sun. Their vibrant colors are sure to bring you joy! Crocus are ideal for naturalizing and may be planted anywhere in your landscape, in sun or shade, along borders, in groups along a fence or around a tree or mailbox.
Brings early spring bloom to the landscape. Mass in lawns, under trees or in sunny woodland areas. Large sweeping drifts can be spectacular. Also may be grouped in beds, borders, rock gardens, in front of shrubs, along walks, in naturalized areas or in various other small spaces around the home. Crocus look best in mass plantings. They are some of the earliest blooming bulbs in the spring, and a signal that winter is ending. Crocuses are resistant to insects and disease.