IMP Alaska Gladiolus Bulb Pack Of 5
IMPORTED ALASKA GLADIOLUS BULBS – PACK OF 5
Gladiolus is botanically called Gladiolus communis or Gladiolus italica and belongs to the family Iridaceae. It is commonly called as Sword Lily owing to its appearance. A wide range of several other species of the crop is also available worldwide. The plant's basic features include sword-shaped flowers of various colours ranging from yellow to white, red, and pink. The Alaska Gladiolus plant usually grows between a height of 3 to 5 feet and the flowers are Milky White in colour.
WEATHER REQUIREMENTS: The plant demands well-drained, moist soil. Gladiolus flowers are generally shed off during the winter months of December to February. However, they bloom the best during the late Summer (June-July) to the early Autumn (September-October) season. It requires direct sunlight for 4-5 hours a day.
HOW TO PROPAGATE GLADIOLUS BULBS: Gladiolus plants are the best-preferred option to cover up the edges of a garden, balcony, or in containers for the terrace space of a building. They are widely used in bouquet making as well. The bulbs are sown at one inch deep in the soil bed with a spacing of 30×20 cm between two consecutive rows and the same bulbs in a row. As the plant prefers a moist soil surface, regular watering of the plants should be done. Dried bulbs can be stored in a cool space for future use.
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