perennial glads

upson22July 3, 2007

I was at a farmer's market this weekend in South Haven Michigan and bought some beautiful miniature glads that the vendor said were perennials. I would love to grow some but can't find a vendor, I live too far to go back to South Haven and ask more questions. Anybody know any thing about these. They were soft yellow and peach colored.

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You might check with Dutch Gardens as I believe I saw them in a catalog a few years back. My glads are always perennials! In fact they have become a nuisance in part of the garden. I have little glad starts gaining weed status. I no longer dig my glads up figuring they are cheap enough to buy in the spring. Surprisingly (is it the past winters?) they don't die but have come up every year.

    Bookmark   July 4, 2007 at 8:55AM
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