One of the rare tri-colored gladiolus, this beautiful cultivar is ready to adorn your garden with its gorgeous petals of orange, yellow, and red. Growing 36-48" tall, these gladiolus make a great backdrop in a large garden or in the center of a container. Plant them amongst other shorter-growing summer bulbs, such as red border dahlias for a full garden look!
Take yourself right to the blue isle with these Dutch Gladiolus! The Anouck Large Flowering Gladiolus is sure to make a dramatic effect in your landscape this summer with its strikingly deep, purple blooms. Each bulb will produce at least 1-2 flower spikes for the first year, its flowers opening in succession over several weeks. Add this to your garden for a vertical texture in the center or background!
Guaranteed to make a dramatic effect, the bold and dark red color of the Black Surprise Large Flowering Gladiolus is a "must-have" for the Gladiolus fan.When planted is staggered over several weeks in Spring they will bloom in succession over a period of several weeks in late Summer, the tall flower stems will create an amazing backdrop to your summer garden. Its sword-like foliage will also add amazing texture which will ...
A gardener only needs one word to describe this relatively new variety of gladiolus: STUNNING. The Fairytale Pink Gladiolus produces blooms with one of the most vibrant pinks we've experienced in the mid- to late summer garden. The pink fades as it reaches the center and each petal has a very subtle, faint edge of white. This beauty will no doubt become one of your new favorites this year!
Tired of the same old solid color Gladiolus? This new variety is anything but boring! The Far West Hybrid Gladiolus is quite showy with its purple and yellow petals. Try planting it amidst other solid purple and yellow gladiolus and create a great accent in your garden! Also wonderful for fresh floral bouquets.
This Princess Margaret Rose Gladiolus will produce beautiful blooms up and down tall flower spikes of yellow, edged with red. A goregous complement to yellow, orange, or red blooms, these gladiolus will bloom in succession over a period of several weeks and will even last long in a fresh cut floral bouquet.
Looking for a color that's different from all the rest to add to your summer garden this year? Look no further than the Royal Class Gladiolus! The extremely attractive blooms of this mid- to late summer bloomer appear to almost glow amongst its lush foliage with its yellow, peach, and salmon colored petals. Not growing quite as tall as some of the standard gladiolus, this one will not topple as easily and also is much more manageable ...
Wild and tropical, this Stereo Gladiolus is as flamboyant as they come! The brilliant sunshine yellow centers are surrounded by the vibrant red at the edges of each petal. Reaching up to 4' tall, these gladiolus will tower over the rest of your garden but will not topple in the wind.
Looking for a unique gladioli vairety to grow and impress visitors to your garden? Try this relatively new American Hybrid Gladioli called Vista! Its petals display not one, not two, but THREE different colors of white, purple, and magenta. Plant these in your garden and be the talk of the neighborhood! These make a wonderful complement to white and purple blooms.
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If you are planting a variety of gladiolus for your garden and cut flower bouquets, you must plant some White Prosperity Gladiolus. This bright white gladiolus should be in every cut flower bouquet to add some balance and break up the colors in the bouquet.
Add a new touch of whimsy to your mid- and late summer garden with the new Ambiance Gladiolus! The beautiful soft pink hue of each petal is further beautified with accent of bright pink in the throat of all of the blooms. Gladiolus make wonderful additions to large planting areas, garden backdrops, and a tall crystal vase in your dining room!