One of the earliest crocuses to bloom, Crocus Tommasinianus flowers in February and early March, with slender, funnel-shaped flowers which vary in colour.
The crocuses grow from corms with narrow, white striped basal leaves. The Tommasinianus grows to about 10cm high and is fully hardy.
This ever popular landscaping variety is both hardy and resilient and performs well in any garden setting and naturalises very quickly.
Crocus tommasinianus looks spectacular when planted in clusters or drifts.