Gladiolus dalenii

Nicholas Plummer via pbs pbs@lists.pacificbulbsociety.net
Thu, 29 Apr 2021 10:16:10 PDT
Hi Fred,

How cold is cold, and how do you know they didn't survive?  Did you dig
down, or are you inferring based on their failure to reappear this spring?
I'm in NC, and most of my G. dalenii, and the hybrids thereof, are only now
breaking the surface.  In a colder climate, I'd expect them still to be
underground.  Some clones are even later to break dormancy. The
'Halloweenie' clone sold by Plant Delights doesn't appear in my garden
until sometime in summer and it flowers about three months after the other
plants--are your plants perhaps a late-emerging form?

Nick
North Carolina, Zone 7
https://sweetgumandpines.wordpress.com/

On Thu, Apr 29, 2021 at 1:05 PM Fred Biasella via pbs <
pbs@lists.pacificbulbsociety.net> wrote:

> Hello Folks,
>
> Does anyone grow this pretty Glad in the colder states? I planted a potful
> in my garden but it didn't seem to survive the winter despite being planted
> in the warmest part of my garden and at the base of a sunnyish wall. I'm
> very tempted to try is again but I'm thinking of lifting it in the fall for
> dry storage in my basement. Has anyone else tried this and have they been
> successful?
>
> Thanks and Warm Regards,
> Fred
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