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Gladiolus communis subsp byzantinus - 2016


By Andrewr

Gladiolus communis subsp byzantinus - 2016 (Gladiolus communis subsp byzantinus)

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I love this, must put them all in one place they are coming up in all the wrong places.....

21 May, 2016


Don't bother Dd, they will just end up where they want, not you.

21 May, 2016


Andrew, we have just spent a few days in and around Exeter, an area you know well, if I remember correctly. Along the seafront at Budleigh Salterton was a coastal cottage with a mass planting of these Gladilolus ... wonderful sight on a grey day. :o)

21 May, 2016


These are planted with gladiolus tristis (which is just starting to go over), allium atropurpureum (which will overlap as these start to fade), and all growing through purple sage.

21 May, 2016


Seeing purple, that must be a sight. Andrew.

22 May, 2016


That's sound a wonderful combination, Purple sage dies on us over the winter....

23 May, 2016

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