Gladiolus ornatus

Quick Characteristics:

Flower Colors: pink, white
Life form: corm
Climate: winter rain climate

Gladiolus ornatus Klatt is found on marshy sandstone and granite slopes in the Southwestern Cape, South Africa. Growing from 25 to 35 cm high, it has linear leaves and pink unscented flowers in a funnel shaped tube in a one to three flowered spike. The lower tepals each have a spear to spade shaped white median streak edged in dark pink and the lower part of the throat is white streaked with dark pink. Flowering is from September to November. Photo by Rachel Saunders.

Gladiolus ornatus, Rachel Saunders

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