Soft wine coloured spikes. Byzantinus communis is a sub-specie of Byzantinus, growing wild in the Mediterranean it’s perfect for planting with grasses.
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Plant gladioli in fertile well drained soil in full sun. Adding grit or sharp sand will aid drainage. When the flower spikes appear, water every couple of weeks with a high potash fertiliser. In warm areas they can be left in the ground over winter. Plant around 10-15 cm deep and allow around 25-50 per square meter.
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