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WANTED: Glad Corms

Posted by cowboywaltz IL (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 27, 06 at 16:11

Somebody PLEASE tell me what is a good/normal size for gladiolus corms - I just got about 100 in an exchange, and only ONE is any bigger than a tic-tac (the mint), and most are considerably smaller (bee-bee shot size). Can this be normal? When I've gotten other corms before, they were acorn to walnut sized - are glads THAT much different?


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RE: WANTED: Glad Corms

  • Posted by pnwjoy 8b-Kalama,Wa. (My Page) on
    Fri, Apr 28, 06 at 12:02

Well the tic tac size sounds very odd. But if the glads are the hardy variety they are smaller than the regular glads. Or perhaps you were sent the babies?

Here is a link that might be useful: Baby corms


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