Asked September 21, 2021, 8:36 PM EDT
Washington County Oregon
You can separate the bulbs by twisting them and plant about 18 inches a part. Crocosmia is a hardy and vigorous plant and will multiply those bulbs in the years to come. They can also grow very large, sometimes 2-3 feet wide depending on the variety and about 3 feet tall.
Your picture came through and the bulbs look fine. Do not use a knife as you could cut into the bulb.
Add some composted manure or regular compost to the planting site for some extra nutrients. Once planted, mulch the top of the soil with some compost.
They like full sun and good drainage. Hummingbirds love them.
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