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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Gladiola, Nova Lux Gladiola, Sword Lily)

Large cheerful lemon-yellow blooms 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 and...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Gladiola, Oasis Gladiola, Sword Lily)

Large salmon-pink blooms with pale yellow centers line the relatively compact 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, Oscar Gladiola, Sword Lily)

Huge blood-red blooms line the relatively compact 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 and the Arabian...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Gladiola, Peter Pears Gladiola, Sword Lily)

Large salmon-orange blooms with peachy yellow throats and a strawberry-orange blotch line the tall 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...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Gladiola, Plum Tart Gladiola, Sword Lily)

Large deep purple blooms line the tall 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 and the Arabian Peninsula....

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Gladiola, Prinses Margaret Rose Gladiola, Sword Lily)

Relatively small blooms with showy orange and yellow hues line the tall 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, Priscilla Gladiola, Sword Lily)

Large chalk-white, magenta-rimmed blooms with pale butter-yellow throats line the tall 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...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Gladiola, Robinetta Gladiola, Sword Lily)

One of the so-called Ramosus Hybrids, this 1958 introduction bears vivid deep magenta flowers with white streaking. Less familiar than the large-flowered Grandiflora glads, Ramosus Hybrids are relatively small, cold-hardy, early-blooming cultivars that trace their ancestry to several of the more than 250 Gladiolus species, including G. cardinalis and G. oppositiflorus. All gladiolus are herbaceous perennials that grow from bulbous corms covered with fibrous...

(Gamini® Tom Gladiola, Gladiola, Sword Lily)

Pretty and petite, 'Tom' bears dazzling red 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 grow from bulbous corms...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Gladiola, Sword Lily, White Prosperity Gladiola)

Large, pure white, slighty ruffled blooms line the tall 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 and...