Gladiolus ‘Byzantinus’

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Order now for September to November 2020 delivery

Suitable for:

  • Gardens
  • Cut Flowers
  • Patio Pots

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Description

Gladiolus communis subsp. byzantinus, commonly known as ‘Whistling Jacks’ in the S-W of the UK, is a hardy, easy to grow, species gladiolus that flowers from May to July and naturalises readily. It has graceful magenta coloured flowers with fine white flashes. The excellence of this species has been recognised with the RHS Award of Garden Merit. It is equally good for garden beds and borders or for growing in pots, and makes a lovely cut flower. Our corms are from true G. byzantinus stock

Additional information

Hardiness

H5

Planting Period

Various

Soil Type

Well-drained

Location

Full sun

Planting Depth (cm)

10

Planting Spacing (cm)

10

Height (cm)

90

Flower Colour

Magenta

Foliage Colour

Green

Delivery Dates

From February until May

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