The Q&A Archives: Bulbs

Question: Gladiolias, when to plant?

Answer: Pam,

Start planting the gladiola corms (similar to bulbs) about 2 or 3 weeks before the last frost or in about early to mid March in your area. Plant 2 or 3 successions about 2 weeks apart to extend the period of bloom.

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