Crocus sativus -BIO- size 11/+, Orders over 1000 bulbs
At the wholesale of our organic saffron bulbs of size 11/+, you have the possibility to pre-order the bulbs, by means of paying a deposit of 20% of the total price of the bulbs. Go to the description of Crocus sativus -BIO- size 11/+, Orders over 1000 bulbs
ORGANIC CROCUS SATIVUS BULBS OF SIZE 11/+
Our organic bulbs have been fully grown organically without the use of chemical crop protection agents or fertilizers. The bulbs are grown in the Netherlands on organically certified sandy soils with a high humus content and a rich soil life. This is one of the reasons why we can offer you strong, organic bulbs with a high content of natural nutrients.
Order your bio bulbs by means of paying a down payment
At the wholesale of our organic saffron bulbs, you have the possibility to pre-order the bulbs, by means of paying a down payment of 20% of the total price of the bulbs.
To make your order final and to ensure that you receive the bulbs at the end of July, please note that the remaining amount must be paid by 1 July 2022.
See our Terms and Conditions for pre-ordering with a down payment.
Organic certified bulbs
Our organic bulbs have been fully grown organically without the use of chemical plant protection products or fertilizers under the supervision of Skal Biocontrole, the designated inspection authority responsible for the inspection and certification of organic farms in the Netherlands.
Organic saffron bulbs are being delivered with our European organic certificate
These organic Crocus sativus bulbs are also classified as class 1 by the Dutch Flower bulbs Inspection Service (BKD).
The BKD is commissioned by the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs to inspect the quality of all flower bulb crops in the Netherlands.
|Circumference of the corms||11 - 13 cm|
|Diameter of the corms||3,5 - 4,2 cm|
|Quality of the corms||Class 1|
|Planting time||From mid-August to late September|
|Flowering time||From mid-October til late November|
|Number of flowers in the first year||300 to 500 flowers per 100 corms|
|Produces saffron for consumption:||Yes|
|Suitable for naturalization in garden:||No|