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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Carine Gladiola, Gladiola, Sword Lily)

This lovely Nanus hybrid bears creamy-white flowers with purple markings. Less familiar than the large-flowered Grandiflora glads, Nanus hybrids are relatively small, cold-hardy, early-blooming cultivars that trace their ancestry to several of the more than 250 Gladiolus species. All gladiolus are herbaceous perennials that grow from bulbous corms covered with fibrous papery skin. Many are native to Africa, particularly South Africa, but other species are from Asia, the Mediterranean and...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Charm Gladiola, Gladiola, Sword Lily)

Charming indeed, this heirloom hybrid bears bright magenta-rose flowers with pale greenish-yellow throats. It has given its name to a whole group of hybrids including 'Comet' and 'Robinetta.' Less familiar than the large-flowered Grandiflora glads, Charm hybrids are relatively small, cold-hardy, early-blooming cultivars that trace their ancestry to several of the more than 250 Gladiolus species. All gladiolus are herbaceous perennials that grow from bulbous corms covered with fibrous papery...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Charming Beauty Gladiola, Gladiola, Sword Lily)

One of the so-called Charm hybrids, this 1961 introduction bears rich purplish pink flowers with paler centers. The lower three segments have greenish-yellow midstripes. Less familiar than the large-flowered Grandiflora glads, Charm hybrids are relatively small, cold-hardy, early-blooming cultivars that trace their ancestry to several of the more than 250 Gladiolus species. All gladiolus are herbaceous perennials that grow from bulbous corms covered with fibrous papery skin. Many are native...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Charming Lady Gladiola, Gladiola, Sword Lily)

One of the so-called Charm or Tubergenii Hybrids, this small-flowered gladiolus bears lilac-pink flowers with purple streaking and pale chartreuse highlights. Less familiar than the large-flowered Grandiflora glads, Charm hybrids are relatively small, cold-hardy, early-blooming cultivars that trace their ancestry to several of the more than 250 Gladiolus species. All gladiolus are herbaceous perennials that grow from bulbous corms covered with fibrous papery skin. Many are native to Africa,...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Claudia Gladiola, Gladiola, Sword Lily)

This striking Nanus hybrid bears fiery flowers with boldly contrasting markings. Less familiar than the large-flowered Grandiflora glads, Nanus hybrids are relatively small, cold-hardy, early-blooming cultivars that trace their ancestry to several of the more than 250 Gladiolus species. All gladiolus are herbaceous perennials that grow from bulbous corms covered with fibrous papery skin. Many are native to Africa, particularly South Africa, but other species are from Asia, the Mediterranean...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Elvira Gladiola, Gladiola, Sword Lily)

Pale phlox-pink flowers with rosy red spots line the upright spikes of this beautiful Nanus hybrid, which was introduced in 1956. Less familiar than the large-flowered Grandiflora glads, Nanus hybrids are relatively small, cold-hardy, early-blooming cultivars that trace their ancestry to several of the more than 250 Gladiolus species. All gladiolus are herbaceous perennials that grow from bulbous corms covered with fibrous papery skin. Many are native to Africa, particularly South Africa,...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Esta Bonita Gladiola, Gladiola, Sword Lily)

Large flowers in delicious peachy hues line the tall, upright spikes of this Grandiflora type Gladiolus. Famed for their crowded spikes of showy flowers on tall sturdy stems, Grandiflora glads are complex hybrids derived from some of the more than 250 Gladiolus species. All gladiolus are herbaceous perennials that grow from bulbous corms covered with fibrous papery skin. Many are native to Africa, particularly South Africa, but other species are from Asia, the Mediterranean and...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Fidelio Gladiola, Gladiola, Sword Lily)

Large glowing violet-magenta flowers line the tall, upright spikes of this Grandiflora type Gladiolus, which was introduced in 1959. Famed for their crowded spikes of showy flowers on tall sturdy stems, Grandiflora glads are complex hybrids derived from some of the more than 250 Gladiolus species. All gladiolus are herbaceous perennials that grow from bulbous corms covered with fibrous papery skin. Many are native to Africa, particularly South Africa, but other species are from...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Georgette Gladiola, Gladiola, Sword Lily)

Elegant ruffled orange blooms with bright yellow throats line the upright flower stems of this Butterfly Gladiolus. Smaller and less familiar than the large-flowered Grandiflora glads, Butterfly hybrids are strikingly patterned, relatively cold-hardy cultivars that trace their ancestry to several of the more than 250 Gladiolus species. All gladiolus are herbaceous perennials that grow from bulbous corms covered with fibrous papery skin. Many are native to Africa, particularly South...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Gladiola, Green Star Gladiola, Sword Lily)

Large, slightly ruffled, light green blooms line the tall, upright flower stems of this Grandiflora type Gladiolus, which was introduced in 2001. Famed for their crowded spikes of showy flowers on tall sturdy stems, Grandiflora glads are complex hybrids derived from some of the more than 250 Gladiolus species. All gladiolus are herbaceous perennials that grow from bulbous corms covered with fibrous papery skin. Many are native to Africa, particularly South Africa, but other species...