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Gladioli

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Gladioli (Gladiolus) are so easy to plant in the garden for a burst of colour height and in the summer months. Gladiolus make great cut flowers for indoors too. Gladioli are so easy to grow, as soon as the cold weather has passed, in March or April, plant the corms about 20cm (8inches) deep, water well and mulch over winter. Dispatch Date: March to May 2019

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Acidanthera Gladiolus Callianthus (Pack 20 Bulbs)
Acidanthera Gladiolus Callianthus (Pack 20 Bulbs)
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This lovely scented member of the Gladiolus family, also known as Acidanthera Murielae is a great staple flower for your garden beds or patio pots. It's also ideal as...
  • 1+ Bulbs £5.00 each
Gladiolus 'Fidelio' (Pack of 15)
Gladiolus 'Fidelio' (Pack of 15)
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  • 1+ Packs £5.00 each
Gladiolus 'Jessica' (Pack of 15)
Gladiolus 'Jessica' (Pack of 15)
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Large flowering Gladioli 'Jessica' will produce gorgeous salmon rose coloured flowers with sword shaped leaves - this is where they get their nickname 'Sword Lily'...
  • 1+ Packs £5.00 each
Gladiolus 'Plumtart' (Pack of 15)
Gladiolus 'Plumtart' (Pack of 15)
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A deep red Gladioli called Plumtart will add sophistication and height to your garden. These richly-coloured flowers look fabulous planted in clumps in your...
  • 1+ Packs £5.00 each
Gladiolus 'Priscilla' (Pack of 15)
Gladiolus 'Priscilla' (Pack of 15)
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Gladioli Priscilla is made up of some stunning colours as it blends from yellow to lilac to a candy pink edge.  This Gladioli would look great teamed with
  • 1+ Packs £5.00 each
Gladiolus 'Traderhorn' (Pack of 15)
Gladiolus 'Traderhorn' (Pack of 15)
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This orange red Gladioli called Traderhorn will produce 10-12cm flowers with a white centre. A great focal point in any garden. Position your Gladioli in a sunny spot...
  • 1+ Packs £5.00 each
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