Gladioli Winter Collection 2
Pack of 20
Our Gladioli Winter Collection 2 (Gladioli x hortulanus) contains 5 each of four varieties (separately labeled):
Bananarama – Clear sunny yellow spires, guaranteed to brighten any garden.
Flevo Eskimo – Clear crisp white blooms with tiny flecks of pale pink at the throat make this a beautiful addition to the garden.
Miss Asia – Tall spires of large deep apricot pink flowers.
Milka – Produces flowers in the most exquisite shades of lavender blue.
Gladioli provide a beautiful show when in a vase in the home or out in the garden. This wonderful selection of colours is sure to delight every gardener. Flowering during spring in warmer regions and through summer in cooler temperate regions, Gladioli can be planted every 4-6 weeks throughout the season to provide a staggered display of colour.
Protection from strong winds is recommended.
Supplied as dormant bulbs.
- Suitable for areas with full sun
- Suitable for areas with part shade
- Ideal in pots or containers
- Suitable to cut for vases
- Plant 15cm apart
- Grows to 1.5m high
- Ideal Growing Regions:
- Mild Tropical
- View growing regions on the Climate Map
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Establish which coloured region you live in and then consider the varieties listed as typically suited to that area. The Australian Climate Guide map is intended as a guide only as climatic conditions vary between specific locations. Factors such as local altitude, wind and the proximity of hills, mountains and bodies of water can cause variations from the generalised climate map. Note also that although a plant may be listed as suitable for a particular region, it may still require protection from extremes such as frost or strong winds. You should also consider its requirements for sun, shade and water.
Remember that you can often extend the range of plants that you can grow by creating micro-climates within your garden. Planting under trees, beside brick walls or in the shelter of a building, on high or low points in the garden can all have an effect. Even planting by a pond or surrounded by rocks can be used to advantage. Part of the joy of gardening can be experimenting and nothing is more pleasing that achieving success with a plant that is not usually seen in your area.
The map is based on Australian Bureau of Meteorology 30 year climatology data from 1961-1990. The zones are based on both temperature and humidity:
- Tropical – hot humid summer .
- Mild Tropical – warm humid summer
- Semi-arid – hot dry summer, cold winter
- Arid – hot dry summer, cold winter
- Temperate – warm summer, cool winter
- Cool – mild-warm summer, cool winter