Introduce stunning color to your landscape and fresh cut flowers to your home by growing gladiolus. These easy to grow flowers produce tall stalks of brightly colored funnel shaped blooms that are excellent as cut flowers. There are more than 260 species of gladiolus that range in all colors except blue, giving you an extensive variety of choices. Gladiolus plants also attract hummingbirds and butterflies, allowing you to create an outdoor setting full of vegetation and wildlife.
Gladiolus make every garden bed and every table vase look full
For a striking flower show and stunning cut flowers, grow gladiolus. This spring planted corm (bulb), quickly produces flower spikes in a variety of colors that pop. This makes them a first choice for 'tucking into' young flower beds that could use some bulking up until they reach maturity. Glads also make excellent cut flowers grouped together in a vase or mixed with other flowers in arrangements.