IMP. Gladiolus Bulbs- Set of 5
Imported Gladiolus bulb-5
A perennial plant known for its stunning, colourful flowers is the gladiolus. Gladiolus plants thrive in the summer's warm climate. By planting some corms every few weeks or so, you can get these blooms to bloom one after the other.
Gladiolus come in a wide variety of flower colours, including multicoloured kinds including apricot, blue, burgundy, pink, gold, red, orange, and white.
Midsummer is when the plants blossom, but by selecting early, mid, and late season varieties and stagger planting times, you can extend the bloom period.
Common Name - Sword lily
Height - Up to 5 feet
Flower Colour - Mix colour
Bloom Time - Summer
Difficulty Level - Easy to grow
- 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.
- 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 is grown for decorative purposes.