Crocus sativus size 11/+
These Crocus sativus bulbs of size 11/+ have been grown on our fertile soils with a rich soil life and a high humus content, resulting in strong bulbs with a high value of natural nutrients. Go to the description of Crocus sativus size 11/+
Crocus sativus Jumbo Bulbs of size 11/+
Experience the finest saffron with our Crocus sativus Jumbo bulbs of size 11/+! These are the largest bulbs in our sales range, with a circumference of at least 11 cm. But that's not all – during the sorting process, all bulbs larger than size 11 end up in this selection. This means that it is even possible that you will find bulbs with a circumference of 14 or 15 cm in your order.
The average diameter of these bulbs is between 3.5 and 4.5 centimeters.
Healthy and strong saffron bulbs
Our saffron bulbs are not just big, they are also healthy and strong. We grow them in the Netherlands on fertile sandy soils that are naturally rich in humus and soil life. This ensures that our bulbs are packed with nutrients, which in turn promote the bulbs' natural resistance against diseases and pests.
We believe in sustainable and eco-friendly farming practices, which is why we use minimal chemical crop protection and fertilizer during the cultivation process. This way, we can offer you a product that is not just delicious, but also ethical and environmentally responsible.
Quality crocus bulbs
When you buy our Crocus sativus bulbs, you can trust that you're getting quality. Our cultivation process is under the control of the Dutch flower bulb inspection service, the BKD. Our saffron bulbs have been qualified with class 1 based on the implementation guideline for Species-Crocus. This means that you can expect only the best quality from us.
Unleash the Flavor and Health Benefits of Saffron!
Are you ready to elevate your cooking game with the finest saffron? Order our Crocus sativus bulbs of size 11/+ today and experience the difference for yourself!
|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|