Create a beautiful color display in the summer garden with bulbs that can be planted in spring.
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Gladiolous. This cut flower favorite reaches 3 to 6 feet tall with blooms in a variety of colors. Plant "glads" in ordinary garden soil and in masses of 5 or more corms. They require no ground space so create clumps for height and color between fuller plants. USDA Hardiness Zones: 8 to 10. In zones colder than Zone 8, dig up in late summer or early fall and store indoors for the winter.
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