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Gladiolus cardinalis
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Gladiolus cardinalis

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One of the many varieties of half-hardy perennial gladioli grown from corms.
H90cm approx. Spacing 10cm.
Any well drained soil, prefers full sun.
Plant in October for April-June flowering.
Propagate by removing cormlets and planting in pots in good compost. These will take about 2 years to flower.

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