One of the fall bloomers, these heirloom Colchicum are the tallest and most free-flowering of the genus, each corm producing up to 10 big funnel-shaped flowers from 10” to 12” tall. Along with Cyclamen, they are must-haves for the autumn garden. Anywhere from late August into November, without warning come 4-6″ crocus flowers of pink with a pale lilac throats – Surprise! They are fabulous coming up through mid-height groundcovers like Plumbago (Ceratostigma plumbaginoides) The following spring, the wide glossy leaves appear, growing vigorously until mid-spring. A quick multiplier, they are great under shrubs or in any neglected area of the garden in dappled shade to full sun. Cold-hardy to Zone 4.