Relocating Gladiolus
I planted gladiolus and although they were beautiful this year I don't like where they are. I would like to move them. Most still have green on them. Can I move them and if so, when would be the best time?
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Ordinary Gladiola bulbs aren't winter hardy in your zone 6 garden, so you'll have to dig them up and store them in a cool, dry place during the winter. However, if your glads are the hardy 'Nanus' variety, they'll be fine in the ground. You can transplant 'Nanus' Gladiola in either spring or fall. An extremely well-drained or dry site will make them happiest.

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