Gladiolus 'Bangladesh'

The purest white gladiolus, exceptionally healthy and long-lasting. More
15 corms 209150-15 £4.50 Delivery late February
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30 corms 209150-30 £7.50 Delivery late February
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Gladiolus 'Bangladesh' is the purest white gladiolus, exceptionally healthy and long-lasting.

Genus Gladiolus
Variety Bangladesh
Type Tender Perennial Corm
Border Position Middle
Bulb Size 14/+

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Soil Type Acid, Chalky, Neutral
Scent Unscented
Site Full Sun, Shelter
Moisture Well-drained
Height 1.2m (3ft 11in)
Spacing Plant 10cm (4in) deep and 10-15cm (4-6in) apart in clumps or lines
Care Tips Water regularly during growing season and stake tall varieties. Lift after first frosts. If you're growing in containers, stop watering at the end of summer and bring the pots indoors for the winter. Leave them in their pots or take them out and dry. Put them out again next spring after danger of night frosts has passed. Find out more advice about how to plant and grow gladioli corms.
Flowering July - October (3 months from planting)
Vase Life Remove the bottom leaves, I prefer to leave the spike tip as this is part of the plants appeal but removing it will encourage more flowers below.
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
  • Sow Under Cover/Plant Indoors
  • Direct Sow/Plant Outdoors
  • Flowers/Harvest
Advice
How to plant and grow gladioli

Our guide to growing these magnificent cut flowers - easy to grow and perfect for cutting.

Delivery

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Gladiolus 'Bangladesh' reviews

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Reviewed 21st November 2018 by Penelope

As always excellent product

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Reviewed 14th November 2018 by Barbara

I was rather late getting these in so I hope they will flower earlier next year but the fault was mine and the corns were fine.

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Reviewed 14th November 2018 by Jean

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Reviewed 14th November 2018 by Caroline

Planted them carefully according to the booklet instructions but didn’t get a single flower at all. Plenty of foliage but no flowers. Obviously it was an unusually v hot summer but even so, v disappointing. My dahlia purchases were all good but not the gladioli!

Reply from the Sarah Raven Team:

"Thank you for your review. We are sorry to hear that your gladiolus have failed to grow and have refunded you for them."

Posted 15th November 2018

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Reviewed 19th September 2018 by Donald

Excellent!Packing was super,easy to separate plants of excellent quality.which is why I return each year

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Reviewed 19th September 2018 by Susie

Tall, strong, attractive gladioli.

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Reviewed 19th September 2018 by Karen

Very good flowers and lasted well in a pot.

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Reviewed 19th September 2018 by Roger

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Reviewed 29th August 2018 by Daniel

Magnificent

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Reviewed 18th July 2018 by Dido Blench

Forget Dame Edna's gladdies - these gladioli are stunning; tall, elegant spires of purest white which look glorious in a (very big) vase, AND they're easy - I leave mine in the ground to overwinter. Fabulous.

Purest White Gladioli

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Reviewed 6th July 2017 by Brigitte

Planted them under the Verbena bonariensis. They have just started to flower and they are gorgeous, Love the colour. Very healthy. They need some support as the weight of the flower make some of them flop over. May be I should've planted them deeper Best to stick to one block colour for more impact. I tried them in a pot last year but they did not flower. Overall very happy.

Glorious

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Reviewed 13th January 2017 by Susan Mills

Bought these last year and grew them in the greenhouse to keep them away from the 'wildlife'. They were magnificent as a cut flower in a vase on their own and lasted ages. Will see how they produce this year after keeping them over winter