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When to plant crocus: 
Get your spring-blooming crocuses in the ground after the weather cools down in the fall, but before the ground freezes. Generally speaking, this will be September to October in northern zones, and October to November in southern zones.
Where to plant: 
Crocus corms can be planted just about anywhere as long as they get full to partial sun and well-drained soil. They’re good to go under deciduous trees, where they’ll get enough sunlight before most trees have fully leafed out. Don’t plant in dense shade, such as on the north side of structures.
How to plant: 
Place corms 3 to 4 inches deep, about 3 inches apart and with their pointy ends up. Arrange them in small groups of 9 to 10 per square foot, or in large drifts. 
Cover with soil level to the surface so water won’t puddle. If you find you need to deter pests like mice or voles from eating your newly planted corms, crushed seashells, oyster shells or eggshells can be added to the planting holes. Water the area well after planting.
CROCUS CARE
Pruning:
Crocuses don’t require any pruning, simply let the foliage die back after blooming and then remove it. It’s important to let it die back naturally, as it is storing food and energy for next season.
Soil:
Although they’re not particularly fussy, they do require well-drained soil so the corms don’t rot. Gritty to sandy soils or rock gardens work well.
Watering:
Established corms need ample moisture in fall when roots are growing and in spring when blooming. Unless rainfall is adequate, water in the amount of ½ to 1 inch of rain per week. Don’t water in summer or when plants are dormant or they may rot. You may want to avoid planting them in areas where they will receive water year-round unless you plan on digging them up and storing them.
Where to plant: Crocus corms can be planted just about anywhere as long as they get full to partial sun and well-drained soil. They’re good to go under deciduous trees, where they’ll get enough sunlight before most trees have fully leafed out. Don’t plant in dense shade, such as on the north side of structures.
How to plant: Place corms 3 to 4 inches deep, about 3 inches apart and with their pointy ends up. Arrange them in small groups of 9 to 10 per square foot, or in large drifts.
Cover with soil level to the surface so water won’t puddle. If you find you need to deter pests like mice or voles from eating your newly planted corms, crushed seashells, oyster shells or eggshells can be added to the planting holes. Water the area well after planting.
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