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Glad bulbs

Is it best to dig up glad bulbs in the Fall every so many years and then plant them in the Spring? The last couple years I haven't gotten any blossoms.
Submitted by gpbeckerink



Thanks for writing. In your area, it's best to dig gladiolus corms every fall right around or just after first frost. They're reliably hardy in your area, so you may lose them to cold winter temperatures.


To ensure you get the most blooms from them, grow them in rich, well-drained soil and full sun.


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