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Joerg"s gladioli and other bulbs and roots, 1929

  • 19 Pages
  • 3.31 MB
  • English
Bulbs (Plants), Gladiolus, Catalogs, Peren
StatementGeorge J. Joerg, Incorporated
ContributionsHenry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
The Physical Object
Pagination19 pages :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26419693M

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Gladioli are a great favorite with gardeners and one of the most spectacular flowers the enthusiast can grow for exhibition. This book is a thorough but lively account of the genus, covering details of description, classification, cultivation and distribution.

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Gladiolus byzantinus, he points out, is one of the few Gladiolus species that hail from Europe instead of Africa, and “unlike the African bulbs that you should plant in the spring, this one is best planted in the fall, like a daffodil.

Come spring the swordlike leaves pop out of. If you grow gladioli primarily for cut flowers, plant them in rows. It’s easier to tend the plants and to harvest the flowers. If planted with other flowers in borders or annual beds, plant the corms in groups of 7 or more for the best effect.

Water the corms thoroughly at planting. Gladioli grow from corms, which are underground storage organs much like bulbs. Glads thrive in sunny warm areas of the garden with good drainage and rich organically charged soil. The corms should be healthy at planting in fall, and around ¾ inches (2 cm.) in diameter.

Gladiolus come in a riot of colors and will re-bloom every year. Storing Gladiolus Bulbs. Dig the corms of gladiolus using a garden fork or spade, digging far enough away so that you don’t touch the corm. Pull the plant by its dried leaves and shake it gently to remove any loose dirt. You may see some miniature corms growing on the bottom, which you can grow into full-sized plants in a couple of years.

series of roots will grow, and are readily seen after it has been stored for some time. The corm is covered with a series of husks, which is really the base of the old leaves, that appear in a series up the sides of the corm.

These husks overlap each other, covering the corm, and meet together. – The gladiolus not only has roots in the ground, but also in ancient history.

Named for their shape and appearance, the term gladiolus stems from the diminutive form of gladius, which means sword in Latin. Translated literally a gladiolus is a little sword. as other perennials do. The gladiolus bulb is called a corm.

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The best time to plant gladioli bulbs is from late autumn though to spring. Red Gladiolus Flower How to Plant gladiolus bulbs. Choose a sunny position with a well drained soil. Prepare the soil well by weeding, digging in some compost cow manure and blood and bone. Planting depth for the bulbs or corms is around 10 cm deep and 10 cm apart.

Stop planting your gladiolus in summer, around mid-July. Keep your gladiolus watered well during their growing period and make sure to mulch the soil around them to keep it moist. Gladiolus are only completely hardy in USDA plant hardiness zones 8 to In zones 6 to 7, they thrive if the bulbs are protected by a thick mulch throughout the winter.

Breck's Plant Food to the trench. Cover with 2" of soil. Firmly place bulbs on soil, pointed ends up, 6" apart. In a flower border, plant a group of at least 10 bulbs for best effect. Cover with remaining soil. Water well and add 2" of mulch to conserve moisture and keep the roots cool.

Wild and tropical, this Fun Time Gladiolus is as flamboyant as they come. The brilliant sunshine yellow centers are surrounded by the vibrant red at the edges of each petal. Reaching up to 4' tall, these gladiolus will tower over the rest of your garden but will not topple in.

Gladioli are excellent flowers for cutting and make wonderful statement plants; perfect for the cottage to the contemporary garden. Gladioli Corms are easy to grow and if you stagger the planting will provide a long flowering period. Growing gladiolus is easy and will allow you to add color almost anywhere in your garden.

Because gladiolus plants take very little ground space, they’re perfect for filling in a perennial bed. If you plant the gladiolus bulbs, known as corms, on successive weekends in spring, you’ll get elegant spires of color for weeks and weeks in the.

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1- When to Plant your Gladiolus Bulbs: Plant your Gladiolus in the spring, as soon as the soil has warmed up in March or April. 2- Where to Plant your Gladiolus Bulbs: While they prefer full sun, Gladiolus will still grow well in partial shade.

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Growing Gladiolus: After spring frosts are over, plant the gladiolus corms (bulbs) in your flower bed wherever you want brilliant color in mid-summer. Gladiolus take very little space in the garden and can easily be planted between other plants.

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After planting, keep the bulbs watered regularly. I couldn’t be without gladioli, but you have to go for the classy and unusual varieties. I love them lining the path with dahlias, or shoulder to shoulder in the cutting garden. I try to plant fifteen gladioli bulbs every couple of weeks to give a succession of flowers through summer and autumn.

No Flowers yet but there growing, long promising leaves pointing to the sky, every bulb I bought and planted this spring, all growing there greenery preparing to shoot there stalks and then there flowers in all there glory, three bulbs lagged behind leaving a bald spot in the bed, I weeded the other day and dug them up and recovered them without much disturbance but to soften the soil, there Reviews: Other Spring Bulbous Roots Classic Reprint (Jas.

Thorburn and Company) Excerpt from J. Thorburn and Co. S Annual Descriptive Catalogue of Flower Seeds, With Practical Directions for Their Culture and Treatment: Also, a Choice List of Beautiful French Hybrid Gladiolus, and Other Spring Bulbous Roots Cinerarias. Gladiolus are truly breathtaking in your garden.

Producing elegant, 3-foot flower spikes with orchid-like blooms, these easy-to-grow bulbs reach heights of 2 to 6 feet. Gladiolas bloom in a wide array of gorgeous colors, ranging from white, yellow, orange, pink and lavender, to rose, burgundy, purple and green, Glads are also available in many bi-colors.

Gladiolus are susceptible to thrip infestation. To avoid problems, soak the bulbs for hours just before planting in a solution of 4 teaspoons of Lysol in 1 gallon of water.

Dig up the corms weeks after the flowers fade. Remove as much soil as possible and cut off flower stalk 1" above corm. Dry and store the bulbs indoors for the winter.Siberian Iris Roots Shop All + Fall Varieties Spring-Planted Bulbs & Perennials + Varieties Dahlia Bulbs 60+ Varieties Fall-planted Bulbs + Varieties Tulip Bulbs 40+ Varieties.If your previous exposure to gladiolus plants consists of a few stalks leaning this way and that in the flower garden, give this summer bulb, technically called a corm, a second chance.

A mass of two dozen or more gladioli in bloom creates a garden spectacle of .