Put Your Magical Gardening Powers on Display With Autumn Crocuses

With my magical gardening powers, I made crocuses bloom in late fall.

Would you like to know how I did it? Would you like some of this magic for your garden? 

But can you handle this kind of magic? Are you ready for the neighbors to look and wonder? Are you ready for the questions?

If you are ready, then read on.  

To get crocuses to bloom in the fall, plant the fall-blooming crocuses. The ones that many people don't know about.

That's it.

Plant some Crocus speciosus corms.

And you'll have your own magical moment late in the fall when the crocuses are blooming.



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    1. I think I got mine from American Meadows, but they show as out of stock now. Order in the spring for early fall delivery, plant right away, and they'll bloom that fall.

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