Red gladiolus

Mary Sue Ittner via pbs
Fri, 04 Mar 2022 07:52:15 PST
 From the Gladiolus descriptions I think your photos look like Gladious 
cunonius and they also look like the photos of that species on that wiki 
page. That last photo you shared is really beautiful.

On 3/4/2022 6:05 AM, Arnold Trachtenberg via pbs wrote:
> The three Gladiolus that are very much alike are:
> G. cunonius
> G. splendens
> G. saccatus.
> Descriptions in the new Saunders book describe the subtle differences.
> G. cunonius; upper lateral tepals point upwards, lower tepals curve upwards
> G. splendens: upper tepasl point upwards, lower tepals point down
> G. saccatus: perianth tube has a sac-like spur at base, upper lateral tepals do not point upwards

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