Gladiator Allium

Gladiator Allium (81133)

5.00 stars, based on 9 reviews
Large flowering allium, such as Gladiator are best planted in groups of 3 or 5, you can plant 3 bulbs per square foot for the best affect. The flowers are large round and purple, growing 6-8" in diameter, in late Spring to Early Summer. Gladiator...
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I ordered these fall bulbs last spring and was happy to receive them in late August. They were packaged in ventillated bags and were in great condition when they arrived, we waited until frost time (about a month) to plant. Now they are tucked away in the ground according to the planting directions that came with them. Can't wait until spring!!

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Remember having these in the garden when I was a child and enjoyed them, and now I bought them to enjoy in my garden. Can't wait to see them grow next Spring.

Gladiator Allium

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The bulbs were healthy and enormous and will produce a great flower next year. Hard to rate when only a bulb. Note gophers ate all my previous Allium bulbs. I had to plant these Alliums inside a metal cage.

northern Ohio

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Looked very healthy. I expect them to bloom in the spring.

Zone 7

Great customer service

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I'll be buying again next season. Bulbs were just planted, packing impeccable, and great customer service. I'll update once bulbs bloom.

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