Gladiolus inflatus


Quick Characteristics:

Flower Colors: pink, purple
Climate: winter rain climate
 

Gladiolus inflatus Thunb. grows in open habitats on sandstone, often in rocky outcrops or in stony ground among shrubs and restios in the mountains of the Western Cape. It has pink to mauve, purple or violet short tubed flowers. The lower tepals have dark spear or spade shaped purple to red marks in the middle third. The mark on the lower median tepal is usually yellow in the center. This species blooms in spring. Photo taken by Rod Saunders.

Gladiolus inflatus, Rod Saunders

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