Glamini ‘Amber’ is a new ‘mini’ form of gladioli, perfect for summer containers, and for growing near the front of a border. The versatile flower spikes are ideal for punctuating a planting scheme with textured spires and make wonderful cut flowers.
Ruffled, creamy blooms with a hint of lilac, are packed along stems, opening from the base up from July onwards. Cut just as the lower buds begin to show colour for the longest vase-life.
Glamini are best grown in fertile, well-drained soil, in a sunny spot. Plant the corms a week or two apart throughout spring for a long succession of pretty ivory flowers.