All varieties of gladiolus flowers are well known for their height and
showy summer blooms. With varieties ranging from 2 to 6 feet tall, all
presenting neatly tiered blossoms, gladiolus are a favorite for cutting
gardens and floral arrangements. When planting gladiolus bulbs, bear
in mind that they are winter hardy in zones 7 to 10. If you live in zones 3
to 7, lift the bulbs in autumn. Plant your gladiolus bulbs in the spring,
about 6 inches deep and 3 to 4 inches apart. full sun, but will accept
partial shade. Gladiolus bulbs are tolerant of clay, loam, and sand, and
thrive in any well-drained soil enhanced with a little mulch.
8 bulbs per bag
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