Gladiolus italicus 'Texas Snowflurry'

Also known as:

  • Texas Snowflurry Italian Corn Flag

Plant Type

perennial, bulb / corm / tuber

Zones

6a-9b

Size

H:18"

Growing Conditions

Soil Needs:

well-drained

Water Needs:

dry in summer

Special Situation:

verticillium wilt resistant

Sun Exposure:

sun

Features

Wildlife:

hummingbirds

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Gladiolus italicus 'Texas Snowflurry' 1 flower

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Raleigh, North Carolina

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We initially offered this as we acquired it...as a form of Gladiolus communis var. byzantinus. It never seemed quite right to us, and in 2010, it was confirmed that it was instead Gladiolus italicus...a similar, but different species. Everything we said about the plant is the same...only its name changed...sort of like all those farm workers after the 1986 amnesty. This is a demure dwarf 18" tall rock garden plant, not to be confused with the large tacky (we're not saying tacky is bad) florist glads. For us, Gladiolus 'Texas Snowflurry' flowers in mid-April through early May, then goes dormant for the summer. The corms for Gladiolus 'Texas Snowflurry' never get large, so don't freak out when you see their size...they are ready to flower.

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