Gladiolus mixed colours

40 corms £5.99
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Buy Gladiolus mixed colours gladioli bulbs: Elegant spires of bright colour

  • Position: full sun to partial shade
  • Soil: fertile, well-drained
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Flowering period: July to September
  • Hardiness: half hardy
  • Bulb Size: 8-10cm

    This is a mixture of the best large flowering gladioli, ranging in colour from white through to startling red. The flowers are produced from July to September and make excellent cut-flowers. They look stunning planted in groups among shrubs and large herbaceous flowers in a border.

  • Garden care: Plant corms 10-16cm (4-6in) deep in spring, on a bed of sharp sand to aid drainage. In frost-prone areas, lift them when the leaves turn yellow-brown and store the corms in a dry, frost-free place over winter.

  • CAUTION do not eat ornamental bulbs
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Eventual height & spread

Definitely yes

5

The flowers in the gladioli pack were a wonderful range in assorted colours and they all bloomed beautifully for a long period. They really cheered up the garden and I was very satisfied and pleased with my choice.

Sal

Norfolk

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Beautiful colours and very tall stems

5

Planted them in both my front and back garden easy to plant and need little attention. Even though last summer had litter rain they still thrived

Fran

North East

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Great quality bulbs, beautiful bright flowers

5

All the bulbs flowered beautifully with a range of vibrant colours. Really healthy plants. Ideal for adding easy height and colour to any beds.

Jo W

Bristol

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Great quality

5

The bulbs arrived in good condition. The flowers were large and colours vibrant.It was a stunning display. I planted a few bulbs in my grandmother garden; she was delighted with the colours and quality.

Sylwia

Essex

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Vibrant colour splash

4

A real 'plug and play' plant, guaranteed performance in bright colours. Striking in groups or as an island of colour amongst other perennials. Only word of caution may need some support in areas prone to high winds!

silverbreak

east anglia

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What fungicide is best to use on gladiola corms before storage

Ria

Hello, I have double-checked with the British Gladiolus Society and they do not recommend using any fungicide at all when storing these corms - please see the following link for more information. http://www.britglad.com/Cultivation.html

helen

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