SHIPS MID MARCH THROUGH END OF APRIL
SORRY WE CANNOT SEND SPRING TUBERS AND PLANTS TO ALASKA, HAWAII, AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES.
A mix of early mostly bi-colored varieties (up to 40 inches in height), produces smaller sized florets as well, making them very popular with florists. Makes an attractive border requiring no staking.
Gladiolus Bulbs are shipped in March and April. At the time of your order you may request a shipping date. We will make every effort to comply to the extent we are able. We re- quest that all Spring orders are placed prior to March 15th. After that, stock is limited. Orders received by March 15 are shipped as a first wave, southern states first moving north as we are able. Orders received after March 15 will be delayed until the first batch of orders is shipped. Items in this section are not available after May. Please order early.
￼PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS: It is best to plant gladiolus when the soil warms to 60 degrees (soil too cool can cause the bulb to rot). They may be planted in well drained soil, 3-5” deep allowing 4-6” between each corm. Rows should be 12-36” apart. Try not to plant up against a structure so that they get plenty of airflow. Hill the soil 6” up around the stalk to prevent glad from tipping over in any wind.