Flowers of Crocus Plant - Iridaceae.

What You Need to Know About the Crocus Plant – Iridaceae

A corm originating from mid- and southern Europe, North Africa, the Middle East, and central Asia, many species of crocus can be grown indoors, from the smaller-flowered C. chrysanthus, which flowers in mid- to late winter, to the slightly later C. vernus (late winter) and the large-flowered Dutch hybrids, which flower in late winter to early spring. The cup-shaped flowers come in a variety of colors, arid can be plain or striped. All have long, thin, green and white striped leaves.

Size: Height to 8 in. (20 cm).

Light: Direct sunlight.

Temperature: Cool; 65°F (18°C).

Moisture: Keep moist.

Feeding: Not necessary.

Propagation: This plant will reproduce naturally every year.

Special needs: None