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staggering gladiolus bloom time

Posted by trovesoftrilliums 5 (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 14, 11 at 23:05

Next year I'd like to stagger bloom time of gladiolus corms. If I purchase corms early spring, any advice on the best way to store the corms until they are ready to plant? Can I just leave them in a cool basement, or should I put them in a refrig? Any tips appreciated. :)


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RE: staggering gladiolus bloom time

They will store very well in a cool basement. From planting to bloom will average 90 days. Most will plant weekly for best bloom sequence. Al


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RE: staggering gladiolus bloom time

If they are overwintered in the ground after staggered planting, will they bloom at the staggered pace, or simply bloom all at once?


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RE: staggering gladiolus bloom time

They'll catch up in the next season and bloom together at their normal time; they won't keep a staggered schedule.


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