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Gladiolus, Vista Bin Box

Our Platinum Performers® have been carefully selected by DeGroot with your customer in mind.  Each variety in this collection has been chosen for qualities which lead to success.  They are easy grow, dependable, and offer longer bloom times.

Platinum Performers® Gladiolus ‘Vista’ Open top Bin Box is an excellent retail solution for retail capper packages on shelves or endcaps.  Each bin box includes eye-catching POP on the front of each bin and retail capper packages.  Bin boxes are each sold separately or order a variety to customize your own display!

Gladiolus ‘Vista’ adds gorgeous color to your garden with bi-color lavender blossoms with a splash of orchid in the center!  Gladiolus are a garden favorite, due to their elegant flower spikes and sword like foliage.  They are easy to grow and require little maintenance.  Their long stems allow you to grow armloads of flowers, making them perfect for small spaces and container gardens.  Gladiolus are a stunning cut flower and typically last a week or more in a vase.  They also make a beautiful addition to a shrub border or perennial garden.

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Each Bin Box includes 15 retail packages, with 18 bulbs per package.  (Bin Box Dimensions:  15.5“l x 6“w x 13“d)

Availability

# Description Qty per Unit Units Available Price/Unit
Bulk
GL050600 Gladiolus, Vista Bin Box 15 9 $84.00

Plant Details +

Size Jumbo
Height 50-60"
Spacing 5"
Hardiness Zones 8-11; Annual 2-7
Exposure Full sun
Foliage Green
Flower Tri-color Purple
Bloomtime Midsummer to Fall

Planting/Care Instructions +

Planting Instructions: Plant in the spring, after the ground, warms to about 50º F. 1. Dig a hole 4-6" deep. 2. Place corm in a hole pointed side up. 3. Cover with soil and water thoroughly. Gladiolus will grow in any good garden soil but do need full sun and good drainage. Plant 4" deep in clay soils, 6" deep in others; the deeper the planting the less need for staking. Stake for best appearance and straightest stems. Space planting times at two-week intervals from early spring to late June to ensure a continuation of mid and late summer blooms. Increase water and fertilizer when flowers begin to develop.