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Gladiolus dalenii var. natalens Candy Corn

seeds of Gladiolus dalenii Natalens or Candy Corn Glad or Parrot Glad. This wonderful south African native will give you years of showy flowers seeds of Gladiolus dalenii Natalens or Candy Corn Glad or Parrot Glad. This wonderful south African native will give you years of showy flowers gladious candy corn
Gladiolus dalenii var. natalens Candy Corn

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Seeds from Gladiolus dalenii Natalens or Candy Corn Glad or Parrot Glad. This wonderful south African native will give you years of showy flowers with no care at all. These 36 inch plants boasts up to 8 blossoms per stem are hardy in zones 8a-11 where they are not taken up in the winters. Zones 8-11.



Gladiolus imbicatus Meadow Gladiolus

seeds of Gladiolus imbricaus or  Meadow Gladiolus is native to southeastern Europe and Turkey. It grows in wet meadows and marshes and flowers from May to July. seeds of Gladiolus imbricaus or  Meadow Gladiolus is native to southeastern Europe and Turkey. It grows in wet meadows and marshes and flowers from May to July.
Gladiolus imbicatus Meadow Gladiolus

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Seeds from Gladiolus imbricaus or Meadow Gladiolus is native to southeastern Europe and Turkey. It grows in wet meadows and marshes and flowers from May to July. It has a spike of 4 to 12 carmine to deep purple flowers, streaked purple and white. Its lowest leaf is round or blunt, not sharp which is another distinguishing characteristic. It is regarded as the hardiest for very cold climates and seems to have no other demerit, in gardens, other than its rarity. Having 18- to 24-inch stems in early summer, the flowers are held horizontally like blowing flags. Sunny well drained site with adequate moisture when in growth. Hardy in zones 5-8.



Gladiolus illyricus | Wild Gladiolus

 from May to July.
Gladiolus illyricus | Wild Gladiolus

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Here I am offering seeds from Gladiolus illyricus, also known as Wild Gladiolus. This gorgeous perennial grows 2 to 3 feet high and sports beautiful magenta streaked lower blooms in the Spring and early Summer. USDA Hardiness Zones 5 to 10



Gladiolus palustris Marsh gladiolus Sword Lily

seeds of Gladiolus palustris common name Marsh gladiolus or Sword Lily.  Gladiolus palustris reaches on average 12?24 inchs of height. The stem is erect and unbranched, the bulbus is spherical with cross-linked fibers at the top. The leaves are shorter than the stem. The flowering period of these plants extends from May through July. Hardy in zones 6-10. seeds of Gladiolus palustris common name Marsh gladiolus or Sword Lily.  Gladiolus palustris reaches on average 12?24 inchs of height. The stem is erect and unbranched, the bulbus is spherical with cross-linked fibers at the top. The leaves are shorter than the stem. The flowering period of these plants extends from May through July. Hardy in zones 6-10.
Gladiolus palustris Marsh gladiolus Sword Lily

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Seeds from Gladiolus palustris common name Marsh gladiolus or Sword Lily. Gladiolus palustris reaches on average 12 to 24 inchs of height. The stem is erect and unbranched, the bulbus is spherical with cross linked fibers at the top. The leaves are shorter than the stem. The flowering period of these plants extends from May through July. Hardy in zones 6 to 10.



Globba schomburgkii | Dancing Girl Ginger

Here I am offering you seeds from Globba schomburgkii, also known as Dancing Girl Ginger. This tender perennial needs constant water. Do not let it dry out in between subsequent waterings or it will quickly be in critical condition. This tropical grows about 2 feet high and has a brilliant yellow bloom. USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 11
Globba schomburgkii | Dancing Girl Ginger

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Here I am offering you seeds from Globba schomburgkii, also known as Dancing Girl Ginger. This tender perennial needs constant water. Do not let it dry out in between subsequent waterings or it will quickly be in critical condition. This tropical grows about 2 feet high and has a brilliant yellow bloom. USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 11



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