7 Crocus Flower Images
Today we have a sweet collection of Crocus Flower Images! Below are some very impressive illustrations of bright and colorful Crocus Flowers. We have a few delightful cards with some unusual designs; one is Art Nouveau and another has space to add a greeting. There are several Botanical Crocus drawings in a variety of colors. Each year I can hardly wait ’till we see these start popping out of the ground, since they are usually one of the first signs of Spring around here! New Flowers appearing are of course one of the most special aspects of Springtime. These would be so pretty to use for Note Cards or Stationery. They are especially nice I think for your Spring themed Cards or Mixed Media projects.
Crocus Flower Images
Here is the latest addition to this collection. Isn’t this lovely?! Here we have a multitude of Crocuses, in tones of pink and wine. They are filling up a small wicker basket and there is a little card inside. It appears to be hanging by a nail on the wall. Charming! This would make a pretty Spring card for someone I think.
This lovely card shown above features one of Spring’s earliest Flowers, the lovely Purple Crocus Flower! The card has an interesting design with a large rectangular section for writing overlapping some of the Flowers.
Vintage Crocus Flower Pictures
Here is a stock image from an Antique Botanical Wildflower Book, Circa 1860! This lovely Flower is known as a Crocus. The one above appears to be in full bloom in all of its splendor! I always get excited when I see these coming to life each year since Spring is near! Pictured above is another in the series from the Antique Botanical Wildflower Book, displaying a beautiful Purple Crocus Flower. This Flower looks as if it is just about ready to sprout open into full bloom. Two green leaves are still attached to the stem underneath. So pretty!
Here we have another Crocus Flowers from the fabulous Botanical Wildflower Book,! This is a pretty, bright Yellow Flower in full bloom. Another one is trying to open up underneath it from the stalk, while it is surrounded by protective green leaves.