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You can begin planting your gladioli corms in February or March. It takes about 65 to 100 days for them to bloom. Staggered plantings are advisable so that you have continuous blooming throughout the summer. Staking each stem helps prevent them from toppling over when they begin blooming. In colder climates, lift the corms in the fall and store them in a cool, frost free location until spring.
|Sheri Ann Richerson|