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Mixed Gladiolus

Enjoy the beauty of gladiolus with this delightful mixture. You can plant bulbs every two weeks for constant flowering throughout the summer. It takes about 90 days on average for flowers to develop after planting. Full sun and rich garden soil are ideal. It is recommended to plant shallowly at first but mound soil up arround the base of the plants to stabalize. Bulbs will overwinter in zones 8+ and should be dug and stored for the winter in colder climates.

These corms are of excellent quality, but small (6-8 cm around, or about the size of a quarter). I do not think that all will bloom this year, but many should. Smaller bulbs are generally a better long term investment because: 1) lower prices and 2) top size bulbs often lose vigor after a couple of years in the garden. This is why it is important to save and grow the small cormlets for a continual supply of vigorous plants.
This mix contains the following choice varieties:

Eurovision (red)

Amsterdam (white)
Flevo Libre (apricot)
Lowland Queen (pink bicolor)
Madonna (violate/white bicolor)
Tout a Toi (tricolor--dark pink, light pink, and cream)
Vedi Napoli
Hunting Song (orange/red)
Invitatie (hot pink)
Jester (yellow/red bicolor)
This is a mix and not packaged or labeled individually.
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