Crocus is an evergreen shrub native to North America and Europe.
The plant can grow up to 4 feet tall and has red flowers.
It is a beautiful flower for the winter and summer, and the blooms can reach a height of 20 feet.
Its petals and flowers are edible.
The flowers are usually red, but the petals are also white, blue, purple, pink, and purple.
The petals grow from the center of the plant and have white, yellow, orange, green, and brown flowers.
Its edible in a number of ways, including green, yellow and orange-colored candy.
Crocus can be grown in containers, but they must be placed in a container that allows enough room for the plant to grow.
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