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Crocus vitellinus (Code: 284)

Crocus vitellinus
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Crocus vitellinus Crocus vitellinus
Broad-petalled, vivid yellow flowers each of which has a distinct orange zone in the throat around yellow anthers and a divided orange style. The flowers are marked lightly with bronze feathering outside. Crocus vitellinus is very similar to C. graveolens but is reported as very sweetly scented. The shape of the flowers can easily distinguish both species: C. vitellinus flowers are slender, funnel-shaped with no distinct waist and the segments are wider and usually rounded at the tips, unlike the narrow and pointed segments in C. graveolens. C. vitellinus usually has less numerous leaves which are wider. Easy and vigorous in the Western Europe gardens, but here growable only in pots.
Price: 5.00 EUR
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