Crocus sativus size 7/8 - BIO
These size 7/8 saffron bulbs are grown completely organically, without the use of chemical crop protection agents or fertilizers. These bulbs are BIO certified by Skal Biocontrole Go to the description of Crocus sativus size 7/8 - BIO
Organic Crocus sativus bulbs of size 7/8
Crocus sativus bulbs of size 7/8 are the smallest bulbs in our organic sales range. These organic saffron bulbs each have a circumference between 7 and 8 centimeters, with a diameter between 2.23 and 2.55 centimeters.
The bulbs of this smallest size do not or hardly flower in the first year of planting, but their favorable pricing makes them very suitable for setting up a perennial cultivation of organic saffron. During the first growth cycle of 1 year, these bulbs will develop and multiply under normal conditions so that you can expect a rich flowering already in the following year.
Organic certified bulbs
Our organic bulbs are grown completely organically in the Netherlands on organically certified sandy soils with a high humus content and a rich soil life without the use of chemical crop protection agents or fertilizers. These bulbs are certified organic by Skal Biocontrole, the designated control authority responsible for the inspection and certification of organic companies in the Netherlands.
You can view and download our organic certificate here: Organic certificate
Quality bio bulbs
The cultivation of our organic saffron bulbs is also under the control of the Dutch flower bulb inspection service, the BKD. The Crocus sativus that you buy from us are qualified with class 1 on the basis of the implementation guideline for Species-Crocus.
The BKD is commissioned by the Dutch Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority (NVWA) to inspect the quality of all regular and organic flower bulb crops grown and traded in the Netherlands.
|Circumference of the corm||7-8 cm|
|Diameter of the corm||2,23-2,55 cm|
|Quality of the corms||Class 1, NL-BIO-01|
|Planting time||From mid-August to late September|
|Flowering time||From mid-October til late November|
|Quantity of flowers in the first year||0 to 20 flowers per 100 corms|
|Produces saffron for consumption:||Yes|
|Suitable for naturalization in garden:||No|