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Fuschia/White Gladioli Name Needed

Posted by fanelda z6 So. Ilinois (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 3, 11 at 11:56

Did not keep her name, but want to make tag now. Thanks for the help in advance!

Isn't this first bloom going to be spectacular??


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Not seeing the photo and it's URL doesn't go to it.

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Please let me know if you cannot see this link. It should be public. Thank you!

Here is a link that might be useful: Flick'r

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  • Posted by izhar Karachi 11a (My Page) on
    Wed, Jul 6, 11 at 1:45


Here is mine last season:


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My favorite.

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  • Posted by haweha 7/Germany/W (My Page) on
    Fri, Jul 22, 11 at 20:15

"Priscilla" is afaik an older hybrid, and I even found it attributed "heirloom" elsewhere. I strongly recommend it, I am in awe not only about its beauty, but also about its general growth characteristica - it stands straight like a (tin) soldier and its leaves are strong, broad swords.
Enjoy "my version" this is actually my vey first Gladiolas in my own garden! The whole truth is that I would raise the corms in buckets filled with best substrate, and I even provided protection from rain, so I would obtain the very best performance [note that the corms were rather small, thus the low number of 8 - 12 florets per spike only]:


I am just self pollinating every individual flower 1-2 days after it has opened.
Does anybody have any experience with raising progeny out of these G.hortulanus hybrids; what can I generally expect?

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