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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Gladiola, Halley Gladiola, Sword Lily)

Ivory flowers with pale yellow, red-veined throats line the upright flower stems of this Nanus type Gladiolus, which was introduced in 1986. 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...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Gladiola, Impressive Gladiola, Sword Lily)

Elegant pale pink flowers with large diamond-shaped purple-rose blotches line the upright flower stems of this Nanus type Gladiolus, which was introduced about 1958. 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...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Gladiola, Jacksonville Gold Gladiola, Sword ILly)

Large golden to lemon yellow flowers line the tall, upright flower stems 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...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Gladiola, Jester Gladiola, Sword Lily)

Large deep yellow flowers with scarlet pansy-like faces line the tall, upright flower stems 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,...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Gladiola, Las Vegas Gladiola, Sword Lily)

Large, coral-red blooms with pale yellow interiors line the upright flower stems of this Primulinus type Gladiolus, which was introduced in 2000. Bearing spikes of hooded, widely spaced flowers - in contrast to the crowded spires of the familiar Grandiflora hybrids - Primulinus glads are complex hybrids whose ancestry includes G. dalenii (formerly known as G. primulinus). They are among the most cold- and heat-tolerant glads. Gladiolus are herbaceous perennials...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Gladiola, Mascagni Gladiola, Sword Lily)

Large fiery blooms line the tall upright flower stems of this Grandiflora type Gladiolus, which was introduced in 1964 by the Dutch hybridizers Konijnenburg and Mark. 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,...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Gladiola, Mirella Gladiola, Sword Lily)

Elegant flowers in brilliant sunset hues line the upright flower stems of this Nanus type Gladiolus, which was introduced in 1993. 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...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Gladiola, My Love Gladiola, Sword Lily)

Large white blooms with striking purple-pink markings line the tall upright flower stems 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...

(Gamini® Naomi Gladiola, Gladiola, Sword Lily)

Pretty and petite, ‘Naomi’ bears striking purple and white bicolor flowers perfect for cutting and bringing indoors. It is one of the Glamini® Series glads, noted for brightly hued flower spikes on compact sturdy stems. The blooms are full size and the spikes do not require staking. Recently introduced by For Ever U.A. of Holland, Glamini® Series glads are complex hybrids that trace their ancestry to some of the more than 250 Gladiolus species. All gladiolus are herbaceous perennials that...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Gladiola, Nathalie Gladiola, Sword Lily)

Elegant pink blooms with bold red markings the upright flower stems of this Nanus type Gladiolus, which was introduced in 1986. 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...