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Medium-height plants may include calendulas, peonies, gladiolus, lilies, standing cypress, echinacea, daisies, gaillardia, Swiss chard, zinnias or any annual or perennial that loves full sun exposure.
Plant summer bulbs, including gladiolus, tuberous begonias and callas.
Plant gladiolus corms through March: Plant groups of corms every two weeks during the planting season to extend the display of flowers.
Bulbs: African lily, agapanthus, amaryllis, anemone, bulbine, calla, crinum, day lily, gingers, gladiolus, pineapple lily, rain lily, society garlic, spider lilies, walking iris, watsonia.
To achieve this look, florists use flowers like bells of Ireland, hydrangeas, green gladiolus, as well as ferns, decorative leaves, and even moss.
Bulbs: African iris, agapanthus, amaryllis, blackberry lily, bulbine, calla lily, crinum, crocosmia, day lily, gladiolus, kaffir lily, narcissus, society garlic, spider lily, rain lilies and walking iris.
Claudia Vasquez tucked stems of gladiolus into a rusting can of Peruvian soda, her grandmother's favorite.
After it blooms, the gladiolus corm sets to work developing a new corm for next year’s flower spike.
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GLADIOLUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of gladiolus for English Language Learners
: a plant with long, stiff leaves and brightly colored flowers
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