New to crocosmia? If you arrange flowers, either as a part of your garden plans or in a vase, you need at least a few crocosmia. Brilliant, warm colored jewels festoons arched stems in late summer. Often luring in hummingbirds. And butterflies. This mix provides three different cultivars for variety; Emily McKenzie, Emberglow and Masonorm. Nine bulbs total. Give them time and you'll have nine colorful clumps and oodles of stems for bouquets.
Plant bulbs 2-3" deep
Water lightly until top grow appears, regularly thereafter.
Full sun to partial shade, more shade in hot areas
Crocosmia, MontebretiaBotanical Name:
Crocosmia crocosmiiflora Emily McKenzie, "Emberglow and MasonorumExposure:
Full sun or partial shade in hottest areasHardiness:
Rich shades of orange on slender stems, excellent for cuttingBloom Season:
Late summer into fallBulb/Plant Size:
6-10+ cm bulbsNumber:
9 big bulbs