Gladiolus Bulbs

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Usually grown as annuals, gladiolus may also be dug and stored over winter. They are reliably winter hardy in zones 8-11 and sometimes in much colder zones. Learn more at our Hardy Glads Page.


Name Date Type Color Notes Ht. Rarest, Etc.
Abyssinian glad 18881888 speciesspecies white with purple eye 0fragrant 7836-48”
Atom 19461946 primulinusprimulinus red & silver 0everyone’s favorite 6530-40”
Elvira 19561956 NanusNanus soft pink & ruby 0early blooming 5424-36” Web-Only
Green Lace 19611961 small-floweredsmall-flowered juicy green 0ruffled pixie 7836-48” Rarest
Lucky Star 19661966 unique!unique! white & purple 0fragrant 9648” Rarest
Nova Lux 19651965 traditionaltraditional bright, soft yellow 0lights up the garden 9648”
Peter Pears 19581958 traditionaltraditional soft orange 0warm and summery 9648”
Plum Tart 19761976 traditionaltraditional intense rose to purple 0as hardy as ‘Atom’? 964’ New
Priscilla 19771977 traditionaltraditional hot pink, white, & yellow 0young but awesome 1024-5’
Starface 19601960 small-floweredsmall-flowered apricot, butter, raspberry 0rapturously beautiful 7236” Rarest
Trader Horn 19721972 traditionaltraditional bright, bold scarlet 0brushed with cream 1024-5’ New
Wine and Roses 19761976 traditionaltraditional pink, burgundy, & white 0like Miltonia orchids 964’ New