Jenny I planted two kinds of these from bulbs I bought at Home Depo
soil had warmed up and hard frosts were done, but many weeks later
a shoot is to be seen anywhere.
I dug up one patch and found a moldy bulb and one that looked fine but
had nothing happening with it.
We've had a LOT of rain, but it's been warm. My dahlia roots, planted
about the same time have stuck little shoots up already. Bagged cheap
day lillies also planted at the same time are doing great.
I found conflicting advice about when to plant Crocosmia in Zone 5
some saying in the fall and others in the spring.
Should I keep waiting for them to wake up or yank them and put in
something else? They're taking up a lot of room in the limited sunny
area of my garden and if they're not going to do anything I'd like to
replace them with something else.
Zone 5 on cold hillside
jenny crocosmia bulbs should be planted in the spring time. u didnt sa
how long ago u planted them but from the sounds of things its been quit
what i would do is put them somewhere else and see what grows that
about all u can do right now. i would also mention it to you home depo
as to whats going on with the bulbs.
here is a link that might help u some. good luck. cyaaaa
SO - don't buy flowers and bulbs at big box stores. You don't know how
long they have layed in a warehouse or what they have been treated with.
Mel & Donnie down in Bluebird Valley In the middle of beautiful down
town Yountsville. Managers of the water works.