Gladioli, sometimes referred to as the ‘sword lily’ are a corm from the iris family. They are often called the sword lily because of their long sword shaped leaves. once a few leaves have been produced they begin to form their classic flower spikes. Beautiful deep colours and flowers the shape of butterflies make this plant a fantastic summer addition to any garden. Their height means they look great towards the back of a border, but smaller versions look just as good anywhere, from pots to the front of a border where their flowers can be appreciated up close.

  • GLADIOLI AFRICA

    Gladiolus ‘Africa’ – 10 per pack

    The Gladiolus ‘Africa’ also known as ‘Gladioli’ or ‘Sword Lily’ has beautiful satin plumage, of deep bright burnt orange. A beautiful flower, with velvety blooms enhanced by the sword-shaped foliage. The tall stems adding stature, along with their rich colour makes them undoubtedly the plant of choice for any garden or patio hoping to achieve a more striking display. And the butterflies and bees love them! They also make wonderful cut-flowers making them ideal to enjoy indoors too! Their late summer blooming period will brighten up any garden after many summer flowers have lost their bloom.
    Planting tips:
    • You should plant your bulbs in spring to avoid any frost
    • Loosen the soil before planting- with a fork- about 12 to 15 inches deep, and mix in a 2-4inch layer of compost.
    • Place the bulb in the hole- roughly 4 inches deep- pointed end facing up. Cover with soil and press in firmly.
    • Each bulb should be spaced roughly 3 to 6 inches apart.
    • Gladioli prefer well- drained soil, in full sun.
    • When planting tall varieties make sure you stake them when planting- being careful not to damage the bulbs when doing so.
    • Protect from strong winds

    £2.49
  • GLADIOLI BACCARA

    Gladiolus ‘Baccara’ – 25 per pack
    The Gladiolus ‘Baccara’ also known as ‘Gladioli’ or ‘Sword Lily’ has a plumage of bright, scarlet red, with a delicate white edging making them particularly striking. The tall stems adding stature, along with the vibrant colour makes them undoubtedly the plant of choice for any garden or patio hoping to achieve a more striking display. And the butterflies and bees love them! They also make beautiful cut-flowers making them ideal to enjoy indoors too!
    Planting tips:
    • You should plant your bulbs in spring to avoid any frost
    • Loosen the soil before planting- with a fork- about 12 to 15 inches deep, and mix in a 2-4inch layer of compost.
    • Place the bulb in the hole- roughly 4 inches deep- pointed end facing up. Cover with soil and press in firmly.
    • Each bulb should be spaced roughly 3 to 6 inches apart.
    • Gladioli prefer well- drained soil, in full sun.
    • When planting tall varieties make sure you stake them when planting- being careful not to damage the bulbs when doing so.

    £4.99
  • GLADIOLI BLACK STAR

    Gladiolus ‘Black Star’ – 10 per pack
    The Gladiolus ‘Black Star’ also known as ‘Gladioli’ or ‘Sword Lily’ has beautiful satin plumage, of deep scarlet-purple. A sultry flower, with velvety blooms enhanced by their sword-shaped foliage. The tall stems adding stature, along with the rich colour makes them undoubtedly the plant of choice for any garden or patio hoping to achieve a more striking display. And the butterflies and bees love them! They also make beautiful cut-flowers making them ideal to enjoy indoors too!
    Planting tips:
    • You should plant your bulbs in spring to avoid any frost
    • Loosen the soil before planting- with a fork- about 12 to 15 inches deep, and mix in a 2-4inch layer of compost.
    • Place the bulb in the hole- roughly 4 inches deep- pointed end facing up. Cover with soil and press in firmly.
    • Each bulb should be spaced roughly 3 to 6 inches apart.
    • Gladioli prefer well- drained soil, in full sun.
    • When planting tall varieties make sure you stake them when planting- being careful not to damage the bulbs when doing so.

    £2.49
  • GLADIOLI BLACK STAR

    Gladiolus ‘Black Star’ – 30 per pack
    The Gladiolus ‘Black Star’ also known as ‘Gladioli’ or ‘Sword Lily’ has beautiful satin plumage, of deep scarlet-purple. A sultry flower, with velvety blooms enhanced by the sword-shaped foliage. The tall stems adding stature, along with their rich colour makes them undoubtedly the plant of choice for any garden or patio hoping to achieve a more striking display. And the butterflies and bees love them! They also make beautiful cut-flowers making them ideal to enjoy indoors too!
    Planting tips:
    • You should plant your bulbs in spring to avoid any frost
    • Loosen the soil before planting- with a fork- about 12 to 15 inches deep, and mix in a 2-4inch layer of compost.
    • Place the bulb in the hole- roughly 4 inches deep- pointed end facing up. Cover with soil and press in firmly.
    • Each bulb should be spaced roughly 3 to 6 inches apart.
    • Gladioli prefer well- drained soil, in full sun.
    • When planting tall varieties make sure you stake them when planting- being careful not to damage the bulbs when doing so.

    £5.99
  • GLADIOLI BUGGY

    Gladiolus ‘Buggy’
    The Gladiolus ‘Buggy’ also known as ‘Gladioli’ or ‘Sword Lily’ has beautiful bi-colour plumage, of creamy white with honey yellow centres. A cheerful flower, with velvety blooms enhanced by their sword-shaped foliage. The tall stems adding stature, along with their soft colour makes them undoubtedly the plant of choice for any garden or patio hoping to achieve a more striking display. And the butterflies and bees love them! They also make beautiful cut-flowers making them ideal to enjoy indoors too!
    Planting tips:
    • You should plant your bulbs in spring to avoid any frost
    • Loosen the soil before planting- with a fork- about 12 to 15 inches deep, and mix in a 2-4inch layer of compost.
    • Place the bulb in the hole- roughly 4 inches deep- pointed end facing up. Cover with soil and press in firmly.
    • Each bulb should be spaced roughly 3 to 6 inches apart.
    • Gladioli prefer well- drained soil, in full sun.
    • When planting tall varieties make sure you stake them when planting- being careful not to damage the bulbs when doing so.

    £4.99
  • GLADIOLI CARDINAL

    Gladiolus ‘Cardinal’ – 10 per pack
    The Gladiolus ‘Cardinal’ also known as ‘Gladioli’ or ‘Sword Lily’ has beautiful satin plumage, of deep scarlet-purple. A sultry flower, with velvety blooms enhanced by the sword-shaped foliage. The tall stems adding stature, along with the rich colour makes them undoubtedly the plant of choice for any garden or patio hoping to achieve a more striking display. And the butterflies and bees love them! They also make beautiful cut-flowers making them ideal to enjoy indoors too! Their late summer blooming period will brighten up any garden after many summer flowers have lost their bloom.
    Planting tips:
    • You should plant your bulbs in spring to avoid any frost
    • Loosen the soil before planting- with a fork- about 12 to 15 inches deep, and mix in a 2-4inch layer of compost.
    • Place the bulb in the hole- roughly 4 inches deep- pointed end facing up. Cover with soil and press in firmly.
    • Each bulb should be spaced roughly 3 to 6 inches apart.
    • Gladioli prefer well- drained soil, in full sun.
    • When planting tall varieties make sure you stake them when planting- being careful not to damage the bulbs when doing so.
    • Protect from strong winds

    £2.49
  • GLADIOLI DYNAMITE

    Gladiolus ‘Dynamite’ – 15 per pack

    The Gladiolus ‘Dynamite’ also known as ‘Gladioli’ and ‘Sword Lily’ features beautiful honey yellow plumage, tipped with deep purple. A cheerful flower, with velvety blooms enhanced by the sword-shaped foliage. The tall stems adding stature, along with the vibrant colour makes them undoubtedly the plant of choice for any garden or patio hoping to achieve a more striking display. And the butterflies and bees love them! They also make beautiful cut-flowers making them ideal to enjoy indoors too!

    These breathtaking beauties will grow to a height of up to 150cm and bloom in midsummer. To get the most out of these wonderful plants make sure you plant them in a prime location in a bed, border or container. They prefer full sun, and fertile, well-drained soil.

    Make sure you provide consistent moisture during their growing season.

    Planting tips:

    • You should plant your bulbs in spring to avoid any frost
    • Loosen the soil before planting- with a fork- about 12 to 15 inches deep, and mix in a 2-4inch layer of compost.
    • Place the bulb in the hole- roughly 4 inches deep- pointed end facing up. Cover with soil and press in firmly.
    • Each bulb should be spaced roughly 3 to 6 inches apart.
    • Gladioli prefer well- drained soil, in full sun.
    • When planting tall varieties make sure you stake them when planting- being careful not to damage the bulbs when doing so.
    £4.99
  • GLADIOLI FLORIDA HOLIDAY

    Gladiolus ‘Florida Holiday’ – 25 per pack

    The Gladiolus ‘Florida Holiday’ also known as ‘Gladioli’ or ‘Sword Lily’ features a combination of Gladioli ‘White Prosperity’ and Gladioli ‘Wine and Roses’. Carefully selected to give you an explosion of summer colour! They are sultry flowers with velvety blooms enhanced by its sword-shaped foliage. The tall stems adding stature, along with the vibrant colours make them undoubtedly the plant of choice for any garden or patio hoping to achieve a more striking and unique display- as each variety is packed with individuality! And the butterflies and bees love them! They also make beautiful cut-flowers making them ideal to enjoy indoors too! With blooming period from July to September, these wonderful plants will not fail to give a colourful display.

    Planting tips:

    • You should plant your bulbs in spring to avoid any frost
    • Loosen the soil before planting- with a fork- about 12 to 15 inches deep, and mix in a 2-4inch layer of compost.
    • Place the bulb in the hole- roughly 4 inches deep- pointed end facing up. Cover with soil and press in firmly.
    • Each bulb should be spaced roughly 3 to 6 inches apart.
    • Gladioli prefer well- drained soil, in full sun.
    • When planting tall varieties make sure you stake them when planting- being careful not to damage the bulbs when doing so.
    £4.99
  • GLADIOLI INDIAN SUMMER

    Gladiolus ‘Indian Summer’ – 25 per pack

    The Gladiolus ‘Indian Summer’ also known as ‘Gladioli’ and ‘Sword Lily’ aptly named for its dusky pink colouring, which fades into a sunny yellow at the base- like a true Indian summer sunset! A cheerful flower, with velvety blooms enhanced by the sword-shaped foliage. The tall stems adding stature, along with the vibrant colour makes them undoubtedly the plant of choice for any garden or patio hoping to achieve a more striking display. And the butterflies and bees love them! They also make beautiful cut-flowers making them ideal to enjoy indoors too!

    These breathtaking beauties will grow to a height of up to 120cm and bloom in early summer until October. To get the most out of these wonderful plants make sure you plant them in a prime location in a bed, border or container. They prefer full sun, and fertile, well-drained soil.

    Make sure you provide consistent moisture during their growing season.

    Planting tips:

    • You should plant your bulbs in spring to avoid any frost
    • Loosen the soil before planting- with a fork- about 12 to 15 inches deep, and mix in a 2-4inch layer of compost.
    • Place the bulb in the hole- roughly 4 inches deep- pointed end facing up. Cover with soil and press in firmly.
    • Each bulb should be spaced roughly 3 to 6 inches apart.
    • Gladioli prefer well- drained soil, in full sun.
    • When planting tall varieties make sure you stake them when planting- being careful not to damage the bulbs when doing so.

     

     

    £4.99
  • GLADIOLI MOMBASSA

    Gladiolus ‘Mombassa’

    The Gladiolus ‘Mombassa’ commonly referred to as the ‘Sword Lily’ has wonderful plumage of deep velvety purple. Their beautiful blooms are enhanced by rich green sword-shaped foliage.

    Not only is the Gladioli ‘Mombassa’ a favourite when hoping to encourage pollinating insects and bees into your garden, they also make striking cut flowers to enjoy indoors too!

    You should plant your Gladioli corms in spring, to avoid any frost. Before planting loosen the soil at a depth of up to 15inches and mix in compost.

    Be sure to use well-drained and fertile soil, and choose a position in full sunlight and your Gladioli will bloom from July onwards.

     

    £2.49
  • GLADIOLI WHITE PROSPERITY

    Gladiolus ‘White Prosperity’ – 10 per pack

    The Gladiolus ‘White Prosperity’ also known as ‘Gladioli’ and ‘Sword Lily’ features larger than average plumage of pure white. A cheerful flower, with velvety blooms, enhanced by their sword-shaped foliage. The tall stems adding stature, along with the classic colour makes them undoubtedly the plant of choice for any garden or patio hoping to achieve a more striking display. And the butterflies and bees love them! They also make beautiful cut-flowers making them ideal to enjoy indoors too!

    These breathtaking beauties will grow to a height of up to 90cm and bloom in early summer. To get the most out of these wonderful plants make sure you plant them in a prime location in a bed, border or container. They prefer full sun, and fertile, well-drained soil.

    Make sure you provide consistent moisture during their growing season.

    Planting tips:

    • You should plant your bulbs in spring to avoid any frost
    • Loosen the soil before planting- with a fork- about 12 to 15 inches deep, and mix in a 2-4inch layer of compost.
    • Place the bulb in the hole- roughly 4 inches deep- pointed end facing up. Cover with soil and press in firmly.
    • Each bulb should be spaced roughly 3 to 6 inches apart.
    • Gladioli prefer well- drained soil, in full sun.
    • When planting tall varieties make sure you stake them when planting- being careful not to damage the bulbs when doing so.
    £3.99
  • GLADIOLUS B-FLY HOLLAND PEARL

    Gladiolus ‘Holland Pearl’ – 10 per pack

    The Gladiolus ‘Holland Pearl’ also known as ‘Gladioli’ and ‘Sword Lily’ features wonderful plumage of deep red. A sultry flower, with velvety blooms, enhanced by its sword-shaped foliage. The tall stems adding stature, along with the bold colour makes them undoubtedly the plant of choice for any garden or patio hoping to achieve a more striking display. And the butterflies and bees love them! They also make beautiful cut-flowers making them ideal to enjoy indoors too!

    These breathtaking beauties will grow to a height of up to 100cm and bloom in early summer. To get the most out of these wonderful plants make sure you plant them in a prime location in a bed, border or container. They prefer full sun, and fertile, well-drained soil.

    Make sure you provide consistent moisture during their growing season.

    Planting tips:

    • You should plant your bulbs in spring to avoid any frost
    • Loosen the soil before planting- with a fork- about 12 to 15 inches deep, and mix in a 2-4inch layer of compost.
    • Place the bulb in the hole- roughly 4 inches deep- pointed end facing up. Cover with soil and press in firmly.
    • Each bulb should be spaced roughly 3 to 6 inches apart.
    • Gladioli prefer well- drained soil, in full sun.
    • When planting tall varieties make sure you stake them when planting- being careful not to damage the bulbs when doing so.
    £2.49