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Gladiolus - Acidanthera

The Gladiolus Acidanthera, 'Gladiolus Callianthus', a spring planted corm, exhibits magnificent white flowers on short stalks. This Gladiolus is also commonly called Abyssinian gladiolus or acidanthera. Plant in groups of six or more in the garden, or grow lots of them for cuttings in a bed. To extend the time of flower availability of your Glads, plant in two week intervals from early spring through June. They make striking accents in a mixed border. Glads are easy to grow and like to be in full sun and in well drained soil. Increase water and fertility when flowers begin to develop, then plant 4" deep in clay soils, 6" deep in others; the deeper the planting the less need for staking. In frost prone areas, dig them when the leaves turn yellow, dip them in a fungicide, and store in a dry frost free location over winter./p>

Gladiolus - Blue Isle

The Blue Isle, 'Gladiolus Blue Isle', a spring planted corm, exhibits magnificent dark blue flowers with a light blue heart. Gladiolas are also commonly called Sword Lily or Corn Flag. Plant in groups of six or more in the garden, or grow lots of them for cuttings in a bed. To extend the time of flower availability of your Glads, plant in two week intervals from early spring through June. They make striking accents in a mixed border. Glads are easy to grow and like to be in full sun and in well drained soil. Increase water and fertility when flowers begin to develop, then plant 4" deep in clay soils, 6" deep in others; the deeper the planting the less need for staking. In frost prone areas, dig them when the leaves turn yellow, dip them in a fungicide, and store in a dry frost free location over winter.

Gladiolus - Fidelio

The Fidelio, 'Gladiolus Fidelio', a spring planted corm, exhibits magnificent lavender flowers. Gladiolas are also commonly called Sword Lily or Corn Flag. Plant in groups of six or more in the garden, or grow lots of them for cuttings in a bed. To extend the time of flower availability of your Glads, plant in two week intervals from early spring through June. They make striking accents in a mixed border. Glads are easy to grow and like to be in full sun and in well drained soil. Increase water and fertility when flowers begin to develop, then plant 4" deep in clay soils, 6" deep in others; the deeper the planting the less need for staking. In frost prone areas, dig them when the leaves turn yellow, dip them in a fungicide, and store in a dry frost free location over winter.

Gladiolus - Jacksonville Gold

The Jacksonville Gold, 'Gladiolus Jacksonville Gold', a spring planted corm, exhibits magnificient yellow flowers on tall stalks. Gladiolas are also commonly called Sword Lily or Corn Flag.Plant in groups of six or more in the garden, or grow lots of them for cuttings in a bed. To extend the time of flower availability of your Glads, plant in two week intervals from early spring through June. They make striking accents in a mixed border. Glads are easy to grow and like to be in full sun and in well drained soil. Increase water and fertility when flowers begin to develop, then plant 4" deep in clay soils, 6" deep in others; the deeper the planting the less need for staking. In frost prone areas, dig them when the leaves turn yellow, dip them in a fungicide, and store in a dry frost free location over winter.

Gladiolus - Jester

The Gladiolus Jester, 'Gladiolus Jester', spring planted corm, exhibits magnificent yellow flowers with orange centers on tall stalks. Gladiolas are also commonly called Sword Lily or Corn Flag. Plant in groups of six or more in the garden, or grow lots of them for cuttings in a bed. To extend the time of flower availability of your Glads, plant in two week intervals from early spring through June. They make striking accents in a mixed border. Glads are easy to grow and like to be in full sun and in well drained soil. Increase water and fertility when flowers begin to develop, then plant 4" deep in clay soils, 6" deep in others; the deeper the planting the less need for staking. In frost prone areas, dig them when the leaves turn yellow, dip them in a fungicide, and store in a dry frost free location over winter.

Gladiolus - Mary Housley

The Gladiolus Mary Housley, 'Gladiolus Mary Housley', a spring planted corm, exhibits magnificent white flowers with orange centers on tall stalks. Gladiolas are also commonly called Sword Lily or Corn Flag. Plant in groups of six or more in the garden, or grow lots of them for cuttings in a bed. To extend the time of flower availability of your Glads, plant in two week intervals from early spring through June. They make striking accents in a mixed border. Glads are easy to grow and like to be in full sun and in well drained soil. Increase water and fertility when flowers begin to develop, then plant 4" deep in clay soils, 6" deep in others; the deeper the planting the less need for staking. In frost prone areas, dig them when the leaves turn yellow, dip them in a fungicide, and store in a dry frost free location over winter.

Gladiolus - May Bride

The Gladiolus May Bride, 'Gladiolus May Bride', a spring planted corm, exhibits magnificent white flowers with yellowish centers on tall stalks. Gladiolas are also commonly called Sword Lily or Corn Flag. Plant in groups of six or more in the garden, or grow lots of them for cuttings in a bed. To extend the time of flower availability of your Glads, plant in two week intervals from early spring through June. They make striking accents in a mixed border. Glads are easy to grow and like to be in full sun and in well drained soil. Increase water and fertility when flowers begin to develop, then plant 4" deep in clay soils, 6" deep in others; the deeper the planting the less need for staking. In frost prone areas, dig them when the leaves turn yellow, dip them in a fungicide, and store in a dry frost free location over winter.

Gladiolus - Giant - Mixed Colors

The Gladiolus Mixed, 'Gladiolus mixed', a spring planted corm, exhibits magnificent mixed colored flowers on short stalks. These early summer flowering Glads are strikingly marked with patterns and colors. The multiple glad-like flowers are on stems that hold 10 to 14 flowers. They make striking accents in a mixed border and as cut flowers. Glads are easy to grow and like to be in full sun and in well drained soil. Increase water and fertility when flowers begin to develop, then plant 3" deep in clay soils, 6" deep in others. In frost prone areas, dig them when the leaves turn yellow, dip them in a fungicide, and store in a dry frost free location over winter.

Gladiolus - My Love

The Gladiolus My Love, 'Gladiolus My Love', a spring planted corm, exhibits magnificent pink flowers with purple stripes on tall stalks. Gladiolas are also commonly called Sword Lily or Corn Flag. Plant in groups of six or more in the garden, or grow lots of them for cuttings in a bed. To extend the time of flower availability of your Glads, plant in two week intervals from early spring through June. They make striking accents in a mixed border. Glads are easy to grow and like to be in full sun and in well drained soil. Increase water and fertility when flowers begin to develop, then plant 4" deep in clay soils, 6" deep in others; the deeper the planting the less need for staking. In frost prone areas, dig them when the leaves turn yellow, dip them in a fungicide, and store in a dry frost free location over winter.

Gladiolus - Oscar

The Gladiolus Oscar, 'Gladiolus Oscar', a spring planted corm, exhibits magnificent dark red flowers on tall stalks. Gladiolus are also commonly called Sword Lily or Corn Flag. Plant in groups of six or more in the garden, or grow lots of them for cuttings in a bed. To extend the time of flower availability of your Glads, plant in two week intervals from early spring through June. They make striking accents in a mixed border. Glads are easy to grow and like to be in full sun and in well drained soil. Increase water and fertility when flowers begin to develop, then plant 4" deep in clay soils, 6" deep in others; the deeper the planting the less need for staking. In frost prone areas, dig them when the leaves turn yellow, dip them in a fungicide, and store in a dry frost free location over winter.

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