Growing gladiolus bulbs is a snap. Since they take almost no ground space, you can plant gladiolus almost anywhere in the garden. Create instant clumps of color between other plants. Plant the flower bulbs on successive weekends, and create big flashes of color for weeks and weeks when they bloom. And of course, plant plenty of the bulbs where you can cut the flowers for lavish bouquets even the best florists can’t match.
The elegant orchid-like floret of the gladiolus lends itself beautifully to carrying more than one color…often even three or more. Contrast edging, blended shades, and of course, a brilliant other-colored throat are the hallmarks of the multi-colored glads. This mix includes a huge range…all multi-colored, and all very beautiful. Imagine the garden abloom with this rainbow! Imagine the arrangements!
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