So many of my gladiolas this summer don't open. They are spotted, brown, and hole-y. They are old and withered looking as soon as they are born.
Apparently, the cause is a small (1/16 inch) insect--the Gladiolus thrips. The remedy is cold storage over the winter.
I wanted beautiful gladiolas, but what i got was dead flowers, not even suitable for their own funeral.
Tuesday, August 7, 2018
Posted by Cheryl Wilfong at 7:44 AM
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