Category Archives: Crocosmia

Mixed Crocosmia – 5 bulbs

Botanical Name: Montbretia Description: Ignite your garden with the hot colors of these stunning star-shaped blooms. A hardy perennial, this crocosmia mix produces flowers in bright colors from rich buttery yellow to fiery scarlet red. Throughout summer and well into fall, they sway on stems up to 4′ high to create movement, an additional dimension

Crocosmia Collection – 15 bulbs

Botanical Name: Montbretia Description: Includes 5 each of Emily McKenzie, George Davidson, and Lucifer. Emily McKenzie: This crocosmia isn’t a heavy bloomer its first year, but its iris-like foliage is attractive. Emily McKenzie is a long lived plant and by its second year rewards your patience with a July through August display of glowing orange

Masoniorum Crocosmia – 5 bulbs

Botanical Name: C. masoniorum Description: Fiery orange and gold trumpet-shaped flowers cluster along graceful stems that arch from deep green, sword-shaped leaves. This easy-growing perennial quickly establishes itself in any sunny location, producing countless sprays of bicolor flowers throughout late summer and fall that are perfect for cutting and long-lasting in arrangements.

Lucifer Crocosmia – 5 bulbs

Botanical Name: Crocosmia ‘Lucifer’ Description: Create an inferno of garden color with this hardy perennial! Brilliant flame-red flowers dance on long, graceful stems, complemented by handsome sword-shaped leaves. Outstanding as cut flowers, the fiery blooms add a tropical flair to perennial borders from mid-summer through fall. The plant itself lends texture and movement to your

Emily McKenzie Crocosmia 5 bulbs

Botanical Name: Montbretia Description: This crocosmia isn’t a heavy bloomer its first year, but its iris-like foliage is attractive. Emily McKenzie is a long lived plant and by its second year rewards your patience with a July through August display of glowing orange blossoms with red throats. Flowers carried on arching stems above the foliage

George Davidson Crocosmia – 5 bulbs

Botanical Name: Montbretia Description: Universally regarded as the best yellow crocosmia, for the radiance of its golden yellow blossoms, their size, and their plentiful numbers. The plants are easy to grow, reach 16 inches or more in height, and bloom from late summer into the fall. Flowers are carried on slender stems and excellent for

Norwich Canary Crocosmia – 5 bulbs

Botanical Name: Montbretia Description: It is an explosion of color when this favorite crocosmia bursts into bloom. The flowers are a deep canary yellow with a hint of orange, have exotic form, and continue to open into September. Plants form clumps of iris-like blade foliage. The flowers are carried at a height of 26 to