• Red Gladiolus - One Bunch

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Gladiolus Fancy Red

Common Names: Glads, Gladiola, Sword Lily

This item is sold by the bunch.

10 stems per bunch.

1 or more bunches $30.85 per bunch
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If red is your favorite color or you’ve chosen this vibrant hue as your wedding or event theme, you’ll want to include bunches of these captivating showstoppers in your floral designs. Standing tall (stems are approximately 3 to 4 feet in length) our fancy red gladiolus flowers add passion and drama to your wedding, bridal shower or other celebratory event. Derived from the Latin word “gladius” meaning sword, gladioli are known to symbolize strength of character, integrity and trust. They’re also sometimes associated with faithfulness, making them an especially poignant choice for uniting two in marriage.

Native to Europe, Africa, and the Mediterranean area, gladioli add balance to a full, lush floral display by adding height. Featuring numerous funnel-shaped flowers ranging in width from 2 to 4 inches, they’re also frequently used in boutonnieres and corsages. While they look lovely when grouped with different flowers, gladioli do well all on their own. Showcase the beauty of these flowers by arranging them in tall cylindrical vases for an effect that’s simply stunning. 

Size: 3' to 4' stem length, 2"-4" blooms
Vase Life: 1 to 2 weeks depending on bud stage and environmental conditions.
Availability: Summer - Fall
Suggestions: Gladiolus are slower to bloom than most flowers, so we recommend having them delivered about 4 days before your event. To speed up the blooming process, we recommend removing the top bud from each stem as soon as you receive them, rehydrate them in warm water, and placing them in indirect sunlight before arranging them.  

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