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Posted by bloomingaddiction z7 MS (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 14, 04 at 20:03

A friend recently divided her glads and gave me some big, beautiful corms. She plants hers now, but I have read that they should be planted in the spring. I am zone 7 north Mississippi. What do you think?

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RE: gladioli

I live on the N/S. Carolina border and planted mine in spring but have left them in the ground for years. If you have the proper storage area for them I might wait til spring, but I don't think you would hurt them by planting them now.

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