Gladiolus communis byzantinus, also known as the Byzantine gladiolus, is a reliable cottage-garden perennial, with striking sword-shaped leaves. Erect spikes of magenta trumpet flowers are produced from late spring
Easy to grow, plants can be left to naturalise where they will spread freely and produce a mass of gorgeous colour - the perfect way to get larger displays year after year. Plus they won't need staking so really easy to look after!
Perfect to grow as a cut flower, byzantinus can also be dotted about between shrubs and other herbaceous perennials where they add height and a dramatic colour contrast in flower beds and even pots.
Holder of the prestigious RHS Award of Garden Merit, you can be sure that this is a garden-worthy plant sure to perform - giving you years of glorious colour.
We supply 50 corms of good sized corms, 7/8cm circumference, ready to plant now.
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