Question by  laurentinojaimes (24)

What is involved in transplanting a Gladiolus plant?

I'd like to transplant the young plant from a pot to my yard. What considerations should I make regarding water, soil or other factors?


Answer by  eldergeek (473)

No special treatment is required to transplant glads but any buds are almost guaranteed to fall off without flowering so you might want to wait until after they've bloomed.


Answer by  answerqueen (564)

Gladiolas grow well in sandy soil, do well in full sun. Gladiolas need to be dug each fall and replanted in the spring.


Answer by  prasanth (22)

Sunny location. Soil preparation-Not always necessary if drainage is good. Dig 3-5 inches deep holes. Plant small corms at deeper. Leave 2-4 inches between corms. Add bulb fertilizer to the bottom of hole & roughly mix with soil. Root should rest inside the hole. Water the planting thoroughly.


Answer by  depika3 (156)

First step to check the soil and then limited amount of chemical factor can be put to the soil and then daily pass to the water after the two or three days next plant are put to the soil next take this procedure repeated,and every week are chemical factor put to the soil this is important.

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