Gladioli nanus Nymph

£5.99

Gladioli nanus Nymph

Pack of 15

(Code A9464)

£5.99

Pack of 30

(Code A9465)

£9.98
Early flowering dwarf gladioli nanus are an excellent choice for lovers of early summer flowering bulbs. They reach heights of 40-50cm and can be planted in a sheltered spot protected against severe weather conditions. An exquisite white and pink- rose flower. 8/9cm corms supplied.

Key Product Information

Season Interest Summer
Flower Colour WHITE
Foliage Colour GREEN
Preferred Location
  • Suitable for planting in sunny locations
    sun
  • Suitable for planting in partially shaded locations
    part-shade
Positive attributes
  • Excellent for cut flowers
    cut-flower
  • Suitable for growing in pots and containers
    container
How Supplied 8/9cm corms
Delivery Delivery Mid/Late January

Key Product Information

Delivery Mid/Late January

Season Interest

Summer

Flower Colour

WHITE

Foliage Colour

GREEN

Preferred Location
Suitable for planting in sunny locations
sun
Suitable for planting in partially shaded locations
part-shade
How Supplied

8/9cm corms

Flowering Time

  • J
  • F
  • M
  • A
  • M
  • J
  • J
  • A
  • S
  • O
  • N
  • D

Plant Size

Mature Height 50cm
Mature Spread 30cm
Annual Growth 50cm
Annual Growth

50cm

Mature Height

50cm

Mature Spread

30cm

Planting Plant at approx 15cm deep.
Soil Type Well drained, light, sandy soil
Planting

Plant at approx 15cm deep.

Soil Type

Well drained, light, sandy soil

Plant gladioli corms about 10-15cm deep and about 10-15cm apart, in fertile/well drained soil in spring. Planting can be done in succession from early March onwards to the end of May at fortnightly intervals. This ensures a continuity of flowers throughout the summer months. When planting in a heavy soil, place some sand underneath each corm to help with drainage.
You can water regularly as the growth begins to appear and you can dead head when flowers begin to die off, though make sure to leave foliage to grow throughout the summer. In late autumn when frosty and cold nights are likely to return, you should lift and dry the corms and store over the winter in a frost free shed/garage until ready to plant again next year.
  • Information
  • Key Product Information

    Season Interest Summer
    Flower Colour WHITE
    Foliage Colour GREEN
    Preferred Location
    • Suitable for planting in sunny locations
      sun
    • Suitable for planting in partially shaded locations
      part-shade
    Positive attributes
    • Excellent for cut flowers
      cut-flower
    • Suitable for growing in pots and containers
      container
    How Supplied 8/9cm corms
    Delivery Delivery Mid/Late January

    Key Product Information

    How Supplied

    8/9cm corms

    Delivery Mid/Late January

    Season Interest

    Summer

    Flower Colour

    WHITE

    Foliage Colour

    GREEN

    Preferred Location
    Suitable for planting in sunny locations
    sun
    Suitable for planting in partially shaded locations
    part-shade

    Flowering Time

    • J
    • F
    • M
    • A
    • M
    • J
    • J
    • A
    • S
    • O
    • N
    • D

    Plant Size

    Mature Height 50cm
    Mature Spread 30cm
    Annual Growth 50cm
    Annual Growth

    50cm

    Mature Height

    50cm

    Mature Spread

    30cm

    Planting Plant in prepared soil, with a hole large enough to firmly hold the module.
    Soil Type Well drained fertile soil.
    Pruning Deadhead as necessary to prolong flowering.
    Planting

    Plant at approx 15cm deep.

    Soil Type

    Well drained, light, sandy soil

  • Planting & growing Instructions
  • Plant gladioli corms about 10-15cm deep and about 10-15cm apart, in fertile/well drained soil in spring. Planting can be done in succession from early March onwards to the end of May at fortnightly intervals. This ensures a continuity of flowers throughout the summer months. When planting in a heavy soil, place some sand underneath each corm to help with drainage.
    You can water regularly as the growth begins to appear and you can dead head when flowers begin to die off, though make sure to leave foliage to grow throughout the summer. In late autumn when frosty and cold nights are likely to return, you should lift and dry the corms and store over the winter in a frost free shed/garage until ready to plant again next year.
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