March 26th, 2013

March 26th, 2013 by Sherri

It is finally feeling like spring here at the PSU Campus!! The Crocus are in full bloom & are spectacular up close & personal. In front of Prospect Dining Hall, directly in front of the warmth of the south facing brick wall, you will find both Crocus vernus ‘Mammoth Yellow’ and a Giant Dutch Crocus,  Crocus vernus ‘Flower Record’. Popping up their brightly colored heads in early spring, crocus is extremely cold hardy and one of the earliest bulbs to bloom . Once established, they are care-free, multiply over the years and flower every spring. Crocus will naturalize readily on the edge of the property, in wooded areas or in the garden border.

Giant Dutch Crocus 'Flower Record' (Crocus vernus)Giant Dutch Crocus 'Flower Record' (Crocus vernus)

Crocus vernus 'Mammoth Yellow'Crocus vernus 'Mammoth Yellow'

Crocus vernus 'Mammoth Yellow'Crocus vernus 'Mammoth Yellow'

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