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Beautiful flowers and great photo shots. That yellow with the reddish tips is fantastic.I guess you are recovering from the festivities and your sisters. LOLA great bunch for sure.
Well, I am GLAD your are showing off your beautiful Glads.
I'm GLAD 2 that U grew GLADS!! Soooo pretty!! Just remember to dig out the bulbs to hold over for next year; before the ground freezes. In 2 years you'll have six times the glads ~ aren't you GLAD??!! Each bulb is going to have little glads on them (around six bulbettes each) ... put them in the ground next year... they won't produce much; but will grow. Dig those next year and then the following year they will be the ones that will flower... and by the looks of it you should have GLADS UP THE YING YANG~~lol.
Glad I stopped, your flowers are gorgeous. Mom and Grams O. always had them. Like Mel says, you will have tons of them.I have been so out of it...I need a vacation...will see you tomorrow at the lake. Loveyadar
I'm so glad you grew glads too!! I love this flower and need to get me some bulbs so I will be glad next year!!Hope your having a great weekend! I am taking a break from picking choke cherries to make jam! bee blessedmary
Kind of a forgotten flower these days. That orange/yellow one is striking. We used to make gloses with these flowers. Put a rose on top of the glad flower and you have one.
Beautiful and very colorful flowers.
They are so dramatic in the garden, aren't they?
I love the white ones! Amazing what Mel shared. I better see if we can have Gladiolas in our house Heaven :-)
So gorgeous gladiolas! Have a great Sunday!Clematis
Your gladiolas are all so beautiful. I love the mix of colors and types.
So often forgotten, gladioli are gorgeous showy flowers, though mine only ever produce leaves :-)
Lovely, you have grown them so well.
I'm so glad to see your lovely Glads :)Thanks for your greetings and visiting...
I love the orange and yellow one the best. This year is the first year I have grown glads, will be growing them again.Gill in Canada
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