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Here I am offering Seeds from Crocosmia aurea, also known as Falling Stars, Valentine Flower, and Montbretia. The tall stalks on this flower make it a good candidate to use in a vase, as a cut flower. Crocosmia aurea grows about 3 feet tall and blossoms throughout the Summer and into early Fall. This plant loves to live in a moist environment and does better in the shade than in the sun. Crocosmia aurea is also used as a saffron substitute and as a food coloring. This plant is the larval host fo

Here I am offering Seeds from Crocosmia aurea, also known as Falling Stars, Valentine Flower, and Montbretia. The tall stalks on this flower make it a good candidate to use in a vase, as a cut flower. Crocosmia aurea grows about 3 feet tall and blossoms throughout the Summer and into early Fall. This plant loves to live in a moist environment and does better in the shade than in the sun. Crocosmia aurea is also used as a saffron substitute and as a food coloring. This plant is the larval…

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Grow beautiful summer-blooming flowers. Learn about Crocosmia care and how and when to plant. See 6 varieties, including Crocosmia Lucifer and Emily McKenzie.

Despite its tropical origin, this Crocosmia (Montbretia) is hardy down to zone 5 and can stay in the ground year-round in all but the harshest climates, reliably blooming season after season. See 6 varieties, including Crocosmia Lucifer and Emily McKenzie.

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Crocosmia Lucifer close up of blooms Courtesy of Walter's Gardens Inc.

Crocosmia Lucifer blooms in summer with brilliant, hummingbird-attracting scarlet-red flowers on arching stems. Crocosmia Lucifer bulbs (corms) will do best in rich, moisture-retentive soils, in full or partial sun. Perennial in zones 5-9. Crocosmia may not bloom the first season, especially in colder zones, but it is perennial and once established it will reward you with spectacular blooms. Cover with mulch to insulate in winter in zones 5-6.

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Bright red flowers are ideal cut flowers. 
 
Position: full sun or partial shade
Soil: moderately fertile, humus-rich, well-drained soil
Rate of growth: average to fast-growing
Flowering period: August and September
Hardiness: fully hardyArching sprays of bold, tomato-red, funnel-shaped flowers appear in August and September among handsome, pleated, mid-green leaves. This vibrant bulbous perennial is perfect for a mixed or herbaceous border in a sunny, sheltered site or as part of a 'hot' colour

Bright red flowers are ideal cut flowers. Position: full sun or partial shade Soil: moderately fertile, humus-rich, well-drained soil Rate of growth: average to fast-growing Flowering period: August and September Hardiness: fully hardyArching sprays of bold, tomato-red, funnel-shaped flowers appear in August and September among handsome, pleated, mid-green leaves. This vibrant bulbous perennial is perfect for a mixed or herbaceous border in a sunny, sheltered site or as part of a 'hot'…

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Hamptons Garden: Orange Crush

Gorgeous shade of orange For years, orange was a color that I often overlooked. However, these days I've been adding orange to my interiors, my wardrobe and even my Hamptons garden. A few weeks ago at East Hampton Gardens, a local garden nursery and gift shop, I was intrigued by an orange-blooming Crocosmia. It was named 'Distant Planet'. Its bright color did make it look like something from Mars. I was familiar with the red 'Lucifer' cultivar and had even been searching for a bright yellow…

Crocosmia BRIGHT EYES ('WALBREYES' PP17165) | Perennial Resource

'Bright Eyes' is an incredibly brilliant orange flowered Crocosmia with a large, scarlet red eye. 8-12 buds set the stems ablaze in mid through late summer atop the clump of dark green, sword-like leaves. Since the interbud length is shorter than other varieties, this plant has better floral impact. It is free-flowering with upright or front facing blooms.