Peacock Orchid gets its name from graceful, orchid-like flowers that have a lovely sweet scent. It is extremely easy to grow and will add delicate allure to gardens and bouquets. Also known as gladiolus acidanthera. Hardy in Zones 7-10, it's considered an annual in all other zones, that can be lifted and stored for the following year. Learn More →
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This Gladiolus mix provides a spectacular rainbow of color with almost no work! Brighten up any garden bed or container with this Rainbow Mix. These Glads are also perfect for cutting and bringing blooms indoors for cheerful bouquets in the summer. Learn More →
These large, fire engine-red flowers have a white throat for maximum impact. Plant a bed of Gladiolus Bulbs near the road and you'll stop traffic. Learn More →
A glamorous Gladiolus mix of multi-colored beauties, with contrasting edges, throats and blended shades. An affordable luxury! Learn More →
Jester Gladiolus produces rich gold yellow blossoms with red accents. Jester is one of the most popularly grown gladiolus because of its bright and cheerful color. Create elegant arrangements with these beauties. Plant in full sun in rows, as edging or as added interest in any garden. Learn More →
With large, deep maroon blooms, Black Beauty makes a romantic statement in the summer garden. Try planting on its own or pairing with a white variety. Stunning! Learn More →
One of the richest, most luxurious purple Gladiolus around, Purple Flora is a must-have for any summer garden. Spectacular on its own or paired with a pure white variety, this Gladiolus makes for fabulous summer bouquets and adds color to the garden from summer all the way until frost. Gladiolus take up little room in the garden and can be tucked amongst perennials in the garden beds, planted in large containers on the patio, or planted in large groups for a dramatic statement. Deer tend to stay away from Gladious and these flowers are some of the easiest to grow, requiring little to no care once planted. Learn More →
Igniting the summer garden with yellow-orange blooms edged in red, Princess Margaret Rose creates a huge statement both in the garden and cut for bouquets. The easy-to-grow Gladiolus bulbs are as simple as ‘dig, drop, done’ and require little care. Learn More →
Gladiolus flowers in a mix of blues and purples will cool down the summer garden. Glads take up so little room, you can tuck them between other plants to add a boost of color. Learn More →
A striking Gladiolus combination of sunset colors, including peach, pink, purple and white. So easy to grow, glads produce huge blooms. Hugely rewarding! Learn More →
These gladiolus produce brilliant, violet-blue blooms with cream centers. Create a splash of color by planting these bulbs alone, or pair them with other beautiful gladiolus for a rainbow display. Learn More →
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