Spring Blooming Golden Yellow Giant Crocus

First to Bloom in the Landscape
In this post find a short video and images featuring the Golden Yellow Giant Crocus growing in my home landscape.  Enjoy a short welcome to spring with growing tips because this is the plant to grow in your garden landscape.

Golden Yellow Giant Crocus Video

Perhaps one of the easiest and most rewarding plants you will ever grow that comes from a bulb.  The Golden Yellow Giant Crocus is the first to show color in the landscape and garden each spring.  These beautiful little rays of sunshine will even pop up in the snow as the days begin to get longer again.  These little golden treasures make me hope we get some snow in mid-March.  They bring happiness with dreams of the growing season to come. Check out this video feature below:
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Find this video on my Bren Haas Channel with other creative shares.  If you have issues viewing please be sure to reach out to me on my website.

Golden Yellow Giant Crocus Growing Tips

Up Close Photo of Crocus Golden

The crocus bulb is one of the many bulbs that are planted in Autumn for Spring bloom enjoyment.  The crocus bulb was one of the first I ever planted in my Ohio gardens.  Dig a shallow hole about 3 to 4 inches deep (with the pointy end up).

I am making note to add more beside my red tone Coral Bell perennials next autumn.  The yellow popping up under and in-between this plant is just gorgeous!

Plant these little treasures close to your entry way so you can enjoy them no mater what late winter early spring weather may bring.

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Do you enjoy welcoming spring with color from bulbs?  I would love to hear about your experience and if you grow this crocus or any other spring bloom. Be sure to connect with me on my website today.

Happy Spring Gardening,

Bren Haas

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