I have some gladiolus seeds
.They are fresh.I just picked them this morning and should be dry enough end of week for shipping.From experiance.they'll sprout within 2 weeks& will bloom the following year.I got some seeds
from Africa once we're a different type of glad..like a wild type.They recomended planting in sept.lighting and night temps are lower then.If you we're to grow them in a pot.I would use a deeper pot.mine started off fine,but negleted them for 3 days and they roasted.I had 4 left.I guess the roots have to develope their crone.Glads are hardy to zone
6 with mulch.They are easy to overwinter stored in peat.
They are off my orange/yellow gladiolus.I think I learned something too.I can move a sprouted glad before blooming and delay its blooming by moveing it for a later bloom.
I'll split the seeds
so are 2 offers& will have some off the later blooming one....later.
looking for different things
Bee balm monarda pink or reds
or make offers!