A FEW CORMS
CAN MAGICALLY MULTIPLY, PALE LAVENDER FLOWERS WASHING THE DARK GROUND'
Place in the sun to cure (dry), then shake off any clinging soil, break off the old corm
, and store in paper bag (never plastic) in a frost-free location over winter.
Induction of callus and regeneration of plantlets from corms
of Crocus sativus L.
Bulbs, tubers and corms
lifted at this time of year should be dried off quickly.
speciosus, the most widely available species for garden cultivation, but less so after the first autumn-winter in which cases oak the corms
in paraffin before planting as a deterrent to vermin.
MICE: These will feed on the seeds of germinating sweetcorn, peas and beans and also eat crocus corms
and orchard fruits.
The evaluation of time of corms
lifting and foliar nutriton on some morphological and chemical yield of saffron(Crocus sativus L.
are almost completely winter hardy in our area.
A YOU can grow outdoor freesias from corms
planted in April, to flower August to October but I think you get better results growing them in a greenhouse or conservatory.
and tubers can be planted in spring right up until the end of May, and can be as spectacular as their spring counterparts, in troughs and tubs, or filling up the front of beds and borders, requiring little maintenance but providing a wealth of colour during the hotter months.
If you plant your corms
in succession at two-week intervals you can have flowers all summer long.
Peel the scale-like corms
that look as though they're ready to be pulled away.