- Name of bulb: Crocosmia Lucifer
- Aspect: Full Sun or Partial Shade
- Height: 55-80 cm
- Planting Period: March–May
Crocosmia crocosmiiflora are one of the most popular flowers, and they come in a variety of colors. They can be planted in a variety of places, and they are beautiful to look at. One thing that people might not know is how to display crocosmia bulbs.
The best way to display crocosmia bulbs is by creating a planter out of a large glass bowl. Crocosmia bulbs are a beautiful addition to any garden, and they are a long-lasting flower. One way to display these bulbs is to cut the top off of a large terracotta pot and then place them inside the pot, or plant them in the pot with the flowers facing out. Crocosmia bulbs can also be displayed by planting them in a terracotta pot and then placing it in the ground. This will allow the flowers to grow up through the pot, and the flowers will be facing up.
Grow Crocosmia aurea in moist but well-drained soil in full sun to partial shade. Divide overcrowded clumps every three to five years to rejuvenate them and encourage better flowering.
Water your crocosmia once a week during the growing season to keep the soil evenly moist.
Crocosmia will grow in partial shade, but plants will grow stronger and produce more flowers in full sun.
Caring for Crocosmia aurea after it blooms
Once the flower clusters are completely finished, cut back the stems where they meet the foliage and allow the leaves to grow. Over time, crocosmia can form large clumps and become overcrowded.