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Crocus ochroleucus (Straw coloured crocus)

C. ochroleucus is a perennial with white goblet-shaped flowers with yellow throats in autumn.
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Time to ultimate size 1-3 years
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Crocus kotschyanus (Kotschy's crocus)

Other names: Crocus zonatus

C. kotschyanus is a vigorous, upright, cormous perennial with linear, grass-like, dark green leaves and long-tubed, pale lilac flowers borne in autumn before the leaves emerge.
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Crocus ancyrensis (Ankara crocus)

C. ancyrensis is a clump-forming, cormous perennial with linear, dark green leaves and fragrant, goblet-shaped, bright yellow or orange flowers in late winter to early spring.
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Crocus 'Dorothy' (Crocus 'Dorothy')

Other names: Crocus chrysanthus 'Dorothy', Snow crocus 'Dorothy', Golden crocus 'Dorothy', Yellow ribbon crocus 'Dorothy'

'Dorothy' is a compact, tufted, cormous perennial bearing linear, dark green leaves, each with a silvery, central stripe and, in late winter and early spring, lightly fragrant, goblet-shaped, golden-yellow flowers with brown stripes on the outer petals.
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Time to ultimate size 1-3 years
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Crocus sativus (Saffron)

Other names: Saffron crocus, Blood of Thoth, St Valentine's rose

C. sativus is a tufted, cormous perennial with narrow, dull to dark green leaves and, borne with or shortly before the leaves in autumn, widely open, lilac-purple flowers with dark purple veins. The prominent red stigmas, once dried, are used in cooking as a seasoning and colour agent.
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Crocus 'Goldilocks' (Crocus 'Goldilocks' )

'Goldilocks' is a perennial with golden-yellow goblet shaped flowers in late winter to early spring.
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Crocus banaticus (Byzantine crocus)

Other names: Iris-flowered crocus

C. banaticus has lilac to light purple flowers produced before the leaves.
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Crocus 'Aubade' (Crocus 'Aubade')

Other names: Crocus chrysanthus 'Aubade', Snow crocus 'Aubade'

'Aubade' is a compact, tufted, cormous perennial bearing linear, dark green leaves, each with a silvery, central stripe and, in late winter and early spring, goblet-shaped, white flowers with yellow throats and orange-yellow anthers.
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Time to ultimate size 1-3 years
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Crocus cartwrightianus (Wild saffron)

Other names: Crocus sativus var. cartwrightianus

C. cartwrightianus is a perennial corm appearing in autumn or early winter. It has upright, grass-like, dark-green leaves, which surround solitary, pale purple, goblet-shaped flowers that have dark veins and conspicuous red stigmas.
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Crocus 'Yalta' (Crocus 'Yalta')

'Yalta' is a compact, tufted, cormous perennial bearing linear, dark green leaves, each with a silvery, central stripe and, in early spring, fragrant, goblet-shaped flowers with purple inner petals and creamy-white outer petals.
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Ultimate height 0.15m
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Time to ultimate size 1-3 years
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