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Mixed Hardy Gladiolus

Mixed Hardy Gladiolus

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The beauty of fine gladioli without the effort of lifting. Hardy enough to be left in the ground from year to year in all but the coldest areas. Delightful patterns and colours will grace your garden every summer.

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Light: Full sun to partial shade
Height: 2-3'
Deer Resistant
Bloom Time: Summer
Size: Bulbs
Zones: 7 to 10

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Botanical Name: Gladiolus Dwarf Mix
Form: Corm
Sun Exposure: Partial Shade/Full Sun
Height/Habit: 2 - 3'
Spread: 4 - 6"
Spacing: 4 - 6"
Hardiness Zone: 8 - 10
Foliage Type: Long strap-like leaves, medium green in color.
Flower Form: One long whip-like stem which bears up to 23 florets.
Flower Color: Mixed
Flowering Date: Mid summer onward
Planting Requirements: Plant 6" deep and 4 - 6" apart. Avoid wind-swept areas. Could plant near a warm wall to extend hardiness, in some cases to zone 6.
Soil Requirements: Well-drained.
Growth Rate: Fast
Unique Characteristics: Slightly ruffled, extremely colorful florets in a staggered arrangement up a single stem. Blooms from close to the base of the stem upward therefore extending the life of the flower in the garden setting or cut flower arrangement.
Pruning: Only to cut back spent flower stems.
Additional Information: To extend bloom time, plant bulbs every 7 - 10 days. Smaller corms or bulblets take more than one season to produce blooms.
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so glad they brought these back! Review by Sharon - cincinnati, OH
Posted on 2013-04-01 13:40:09

I love these hardy glads. I bought them about 15 years ago and even though I live in zone 6 (south west Ohio) they keep coming back and thriving.

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With its stately, elegant 2 -6 foot tall stalks and large, showy, open funnel-shaped flowers, the gladiolus plant is garden royalty, standing head and shoulders above the rest. The hardy gladiolus mix gives you a variety of these stunning beauties to admire. Gladiolus comes in a myriad of colors and styles. This mix may include white, peach, apricot, yellow, red, burgundy, lilac, lavender or multi-colored glads and includes ruffled and smooth petaled varieties. These gloriously tall flowers are the perfect backdrop for borders. They're champions of the cutting garden and are also great for beautifying a sunny fence line or foundation.

Begin planting your gladiolus corms in mid-May and stagger plantings every 7 – 10 days into mid-June for season-long blooms. When placing your corm gladiolus, space them about 6 – 8 inches apart. Dig the hole 4 times deeper than the corm is large (a 1-inch corm would be planted 4 inches deep) with the pointy end up. Plant in composted, loose, well-drained soil in a sunny location. The more sun they get, the more vivid your flowers will be. Glad stalks are susceptible to strong winds, so be prepared to stake them or plant them along a fence, foundation or trellis for protection. Hardy in zones 6 – 10, in cooler climates (zone 7 and lower), corms should be removed and stored for the winter. Simply gorgeous, the midsummer bloomers of this hardy gladiolus mix will provide you with a magnificent selection of colorful, elegant cut flowers.

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