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25-Count Van Zyverden Gladiolus Plant Bulbs (Rainbow Mixed)

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WM is really bad with storing bulbs and bare root plants. These are likely dead already. Though to be honest I got some great gladiolus from Sams Club earlier this year. But WM stuff has always been dehydrated and never come up.

If you want to take a risk, you can probably plant these just fine now. It's just that they won't have time to bloom. But they should grow roots and blades and store up energy for next year.

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It is already too late to plant glads. Hence the discount.
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It is already too late to plant glads. Hence the discount.
Can it be planted next year?
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Can it be planted next year?
They should be able to. Where I live (WI) they need to be dug up and planted again each year.
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Can it be planted next year?
WM is really bad with storing bulbs and bare root plants. These are likely dead already. Though to be honest I got some great gladiolus from Sams Club earlier this year. But WM stuff has always been dehydrated and never come up.

If you want to take a risk, you can probably plant these just fine now. It's just that they won't have time to bloom. But they should grow roots and blades and store up energy for next year.
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Can it be planted next year?
you can plant them now no problem --they will 'come out' but wont flower likely, but will be all settled in for next years blooming!
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I picked some up for next year.
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It is already too late to plant glads. Hence the discount.
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They should be able to. Where I live (WI) they need to be dug up and planted again each year.
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WM is really bad with storing bulbs and bare root plants. These are likely dead already. Though to be honest I got some great gladiolus from Sams Club earlier this year. But WM stuff has always been dehydrated and never come up.

If you want to take a risk, you can probably plant these just fine now. It's just that they won't have time to bloom. But they should grow roots and blades and store up energy for next year.
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you can plant them now no problem --they will 'come out' but wont flower likely, but will be all settled in for next years blooming!
Thank you for the info! I think they are so beautiful, but wasn't sure if we passed the season and figured SDers will know what to do! I wonder if SoCal is too hot at this point to plant them? or is the problem winter frost? As you can probably tell, gardening is not my strong suit.
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I picked some up for next year.
Unfortunately, most of the bulbs would not survive if you don't plant them this year. Learned that the hard way earlier.

As someone suggested before, make sure you plant them right away and then overwinter them (by digging up the bulbs if needed for your zone).
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It is already too late to plant glads. Hence the discount.
Store them and plant in the fall. Or just plant them
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Thank you for the info! I think they are so beautiful, but wasn't sure if we passed the season and figured SDers will know what to do! I wonder if SoCal is too hot at this point to plant them? or is the problem winter frost? As you can probably tell, gardening is not my strong suit.
You need to find your USDA zone [usda.gov] and then compare it to what the plant description says is suitable. This little tip will make it much easier for choosing plants that work in your environment. I really doubt winter will be a problem for you, since they over-winter just fine in the mid atlantic.
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You need to find your USDA zone [usda.gov] and then compare it to what the plant description says is suitable. This little tip will make it much easier for choosing plants that work in your environment. I really doubt winter will be a problem for you, since they over-winter just fine in the mid atlantic.
wow, thank you so much trza!
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LOL. I bought dollar25 store bulbs. Only 5 per pack. Very small.
Blades come first year.
Nice blooms there after year after year.
They have lots of Babies.
Nice tall colorful flowers.
They need lots of water.
All in Heat Bowl Houston TX.
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Thank you for the info! I think they are so beautiful, but wasn't sure if we passed the season and figured SDers will know what to do! I wonder if SoCal is too hot at this point to plant them? or is the problem winter frost? As you can probably tell, gardening is not my strong suit.
WM did the same thing last year with these exact types of bulbs. I bought last year and planted them then. I've got 100+ of these blooming all over my yard. It's worth the $8 to try.
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