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Gladiolus Rose Supreme

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April - June
100cm x 100cm
Fully Hardy
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Gladiolus Rose Supreme, like a fabulous party guest. With its tall stems, velvety petals, and a flair for stealing the spotlight, it’s ready to bring the wow factor to your garden soirée!

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Introducing the Gladiolus Rose Supreme, a stunning addition to any garden or floral arrangement. Eye catching ruffled blossoms in warm salmon colours have creamy coloured hearts and stand tall on strong erect spikes with sword like leaves. Tall, elegant stems reach heights of up to four feet, making it a prominent focal point in any landscape. Each stem is adorned with multiple closely situated blooms, creating a breath-taking display of radiant colour. The flowers themselves are large and voluptuous, resembling delicate roses with their soft, velvety petals. This particular variety of Gladiolus showcases a captivating range of hues. From deep, velvety reds to romantic pinks and pristine whites, the Gladiolus Rose Supreme offers a wide palette to suit every taste and occasion. Whether you're looking to create a vibrant summer garden or a romantic bouquet, these flowers are a perfect choice. Beyond their visual appeal, Gladiolus Rose Supreme blooms emit a pleasant, subtle fragrance that adds another layer of sensory delight to your garden or floral arrangements. Their long vase life ensures that you can enjoy their beauty and fragrance for an extended period, making them an excellent choice for special occasions or simply to brighten up your home. Cultivating Gladiolus Rose Supreme is relatively straightforward, making it suitable for both seasoned gardeners and beginners. With proper care, these flowers will reward you with an abundance of blooms year after year. Their versatility extends from garden beds to containers, allowing you to create stunning displays in any space.  

Planting Conditions

Gladiolus thrives in well-drained soil and requires a sunny spot to flourish. Plant in Spring after the danger of frost has passed. Choose a location with at least six hours of direct sunlight daily. The soil should be loose, fertile, and enriched with organic matter. Plant about 4-6 inches deep and leaving space around 6-8 inches apart. Adequate spacing allows air circulation and prevents overcrowding. Gladiolus can be grown in both garden beds and containers, bringing a burst of colour and elegance to your landscape.

Watering & Feeding

To keep Gladiolus thriving, proper watering and feeding are essential. Water the plants regularly, ensuring that the soil remains consistently moist but not waterlogged. Deep watering once a week is generally sufficient. During hot and dry periods, increase watering frequency to prevent the soil from drying out completely. When it comes to feeding, apply a balanced fertiliser every 3-4 weeks during the growing season. Choose a fertiliser specifically formulated for flowering plants and follow the package instructions for application rates. Feeding helps promote healthy foliage and robust blooms. With proper watering and feeding, your Gladiolus will dazzle with its vibrant and graceful display.

General Care

Taking care of Gladiolus is relatively straightforward. Regular watering is crucial to keep the soil consistently moist, but not waterlogged, throughout the growing season. Mulching around the plants helps retain moisture and suppress weed growth. Deadhead faded flowers to encourage continuous blooming and remove any diseased foliage promptly. It's important to provide support, such as stakes or trellises, for taller varieties to prevent bending or breaking. After the blooming season, allow the foliage to naturally wither and yellow before cutting it back. Lift and store the corms in a cool, dry place before the frost arrives in areas with cold winters. With proper care, Gladiolus will reward you with its stunning and graceful blossoms year after year.