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Whitewell Purple is one of Wendy's Faves this season. Here's what she has to say:
Crocus are such a bright light in the early springtime. I love how they can naturalize anywhere when the conditions are right. Garden beds, lawns, rock gardens, even gravel driveways! Whitewell Purple’s slender stems are incredibly hardy, withstanding the hardships of wind and rain.
Whitewell Purple's star-shaped flowers have a real glow in their richness of colour with a silvery sheen to the outside of the petals and yellow anthers in the pale throats. The pale throat is the white "well" that inspired its name.
Crocus - the first sign of Spring! What's lovelier than seeing their colourful heads poking through the soil? Snow Crocus are somewhat shorter in stature than the Large Flowering varieties and offer slightly pointed petals. And if you're checking the calendar they usually are one of the very first flowers to bloom in the spring. They come in all the traditional colours of purple, yellow and white as well as a few truly unique combinations. Their narrow leaves have an interesting silvery stripe down the middle. It's fun to watch how the blooms open wide on a sunny day and close up tight during rainy periods or when it cools down at night.