Gladioli Corms

When grown, Gladioli corms (Gladioli Bulbs) provide imposing spikes of vibrant flowers to your garden which make them a must for summer borders.

Flowering time depends on planting time and weather conditions but to guarantee a succession of blooms, we suggest planting at ten day intervals.

There are plenty of Gladioli corms to choose from such as the dwarfed Alba, striking Comte, unusual Elvira and even the three-coloured Corms!

Browse our range of Gladioli corms and plant something different today – we also stock a fine selection of accessories to get the best from your gladioli corms - quality guaranteed!

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Further information: Gladioli Corms.

Where to grow Gladioli Corms?

  • Gladioli corms grow best in full sun
  • Due to their height they will need shelter from strong winds
  • If grown for cutting then the best place may be in the vegetable garden otherwise keep towards the back of beds and borders

How to grow Gladioli Corms?

  • Plant the Gladioli corms about 15cm apart and 8 to 10 cm deep
  • Plant in spring or autumn, dependant on the variety
  • Stagger the planting over a few weeks so that you have a succession of blooms
  • In dry weather water regularly
  • Provide support

How to look after at the end of the season?

  • Lift during October
  • Shake off the soil and dry for a few days somewhere warm
  • Store in a cool but frost-free place until ready to plant the following spring
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