A gorgeous tricolour Gladiolus with mauve pink petals, with a splash of cream and raspberry on the throat.
A trick of the trade is to plant your Gladioli bulbs in batches over a few weeks. This will extend the flowering show. When planting in warm weather allow 90 days to flower and cooler weather 110 days.
Gladioli are ideal in clumps or woven through beds, they combine well with Lilies, Salvias and Cornflowers.
Gladioli bring a dimension of height to your garden and come in a huge array of shades so there is something to suit everyone and every garden colour scheme. The bulbs are easy to plant and don't require a lot of fuss.
Ensure you plant your Gladioli bulbs deeply enough, this will reduce the need for staking. Gladioli like a sunny position and you need to ensure you keep them moist when they are in flower for best results.
The flowers of Gladioli are excellent for picking, we recommend picking them as the first bud opens to get the longest vase life from them. It is also a good idea to pick in the morning, when their moisture content is high, before the heat of the day.
Cool to Sub-Tropical