Crocus sativus size 11/+ - BIO
Organic saffron bulbs of size 11/+ are the largest organic bulbs in our range and are grown in a completely organic way without the use of chemical crop protection agents or fertilizers. These bulbs are certified organic by Skal Biocontrole. Read more
Organic Crocus sativus bulbs of size 11/+
The organic Crocus sativus bulbs of size 11/+ are the largest size bulbs in our organic range. These bulbs have a minimum circumference of 11 cm and an average maximum circumference of 12 cm. The average diameter of these organic bulbs is between 3.5 and 4.5 centimeters.
Because our organically grown acreage is much smaller than our conventionally cultivated acreage, organic saffron bulbs of this largest size are only available to a limited extent.
Organic certified bulbs
Our organic saffron bulbs are certified organic by Skal Biocontrole, an independent organization that supervises the entire organic chain in the Netherlands on behalf of the Dutch Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality.
You can view and download our European organic certificate here: Organic certificate
The organic bulbs that we sell in our shop are grown completely organically, taking the environment and animal welfare into account as much as possible. For this organic cultivation we use organically certified sandy soils with a rich soil life and a high humus content. This ensures that you receive strong organic bulbs that have a high content of natural nutrients, which benefits the flowering and health of the saffron bulbs.
High quality organic bulbs
These organic Crocus sativus bulbs are qualified with class 1 by the Dutch Flower Bulb Inspection Service, the BKD.
On behalf of the Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority (NVWA), the BKD inspects the quality of all regular and organic flower bulbs grown and traded in the Netherlands for both quality defects and quarantine pathogens.
|Circumference of the corms||11 - 13 cm|
|Diameter of the corms||3,5 - 4,2 cm|
|Quality of the corms||Class 1, NL-BIO-01|
|Planting time||September - November|
|Flowering period||March - April|
|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|