Ovatie Gladiolus

Ovatie Gladiolus (76162)

4.50 stars, based on 4 reviews
Looking for a color that's different from all the rest to add to your summer garden this year? Look no further than the Ovatie Gladiolus! The extremely attractive blooms of this mid- to late summer bloomer appear to almost glow amongst its...
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BULBS

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BULBS LOOKING REALLY GOOD. I HOPE THEY WILL BLUM.

LONNGG bloom time, but very pretty.

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Pros:
  • beautiful
  • tall flowers
  • cut arrangement flowers
Cons:
  • long bloom time
  • have to be staked
I bought these last year and planted them, all that came up was the green stalks. I didn't know you had to stake them (its not listed in the care instructions), they all flopped over and died. I left them in the ground over the winter (Zone 8b) and they starting pushing new growth in April. They have finally officially bloomed in late June of this year.

Note- you HAVE to stake them, or the stalks will flop and you won't get any blooms.

Royal Class Gladiolus

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  • Price
  • color
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  • None
Ordered the Royal Class Gladiolus because they were an unusual color. The price was a bonus for all that I got. A very beautiful flower and I can't wait for them to bloom.

Sprouting

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  • Fast sprouting
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All 10 of my Gladiolus are sprouting. They only took about a week before they started producing

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