Gladiolus Bulb set of 10
Gladiolus set of 10
Gladiolus provide stunning, eye-catching flowers. Gladiolus plants thrive in the summer's warm climate.
Gladiolus come in a wide variety of flower hues, including multicoloured types including apricot, blue, burgundy, pink, gold, red, orange, and white.
Their stems, which are often unbranched, produce 1 to 9 narrow leaves with longitudinal grooves in the shape of swords.
Common Name - Sword lily
Height - Up to 5 feet
Flower Colour - Red
Bloom Time - Summer( June to September)
Difficulty Level - Easy to grow
- Plains can be planted in October, and hills can be planted in March or April.
- To plant the bulb, make a hole 5 cm deep.
- Set the bulb in the hole with the sharp end facing up, then fill it with soil and firmly press it down.
- Separate bulbs by 6 to 8 inches.
- The compositions that are recommended for bulb plantations are as follows: Sand, Perlite, Compost, and Garden Soil (2:2:1:1) alternatively, soil plus cocopeat plus worm compost (1:1:1)
- Gladiolas bulbs are soaked in water until they don't germinate well, and then they are put in potting soil.
- Keep the plant where it will receive the most sunshine.
- If the soil is dry, watering should be done first thing in the morning.
- When the soil around a plant feels dry to the touch, water it. Water deeply in the summer and less frequently in the winter and during the rainy season.
- Try to water the plants between 8 and 10 in the morning.
- Remove any damaged, diseased, or dead plant parts, and dispose of them in the rubbish can.
- During the growing season and during planting time, you should fertilise a plant.
- Put organic material in the potting mix as a mulch.
Sunlight - Full to partial sunlight
Watering - Moderately
Soil - Sandy loam soil
Temperature - 20 to 30 degrees C
Fertilizer - Apply any organic fertilizer.
This bulbous flowering plant serves as a decorative.