Other Names, Group: Acidanthera,
German: Gladiolen
Czech: mečík
Mature Height: 1.20 m
Bloom in: VIIVIII
Flower Colour: pink
Soil Preferred:: penetrability, nutritive,
Light Required:: full sun
Other Attributes: bulb, type of inflorescence - spike, bed plant, attractive flowers, cut plant,

Gladiolus 'Novina'

Gladiolus

flowers

Gladiolus 'Novina'  Gladiolus flowers

Plants of Genus Gladiolus:

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Mečík - makro (Gladiolus)
Mečík - makro (Gladiolus)
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Mečík (Gladiolus)
Mečík (Gladiolus)
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Mečík 'Jessica' (Gladiolus x hybridus)
Mečík 'Jessica' (Gladiolus x hybridus)
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Mečík šlechtěný Lesana (Gladiolus)
Mečík šlechtěný Lesana (Gladiolus)
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Mečík (Gladiolus)
Mečík (Gladiolus)
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Mečík šlechtěný (Gladiolus)
Mečík šlechtěný (Gladiolus)
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Mečík (Gladiolus)
Mečík (Gladiolus)
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Mečíky šlechtěné (Gladiolus)
Mečíky šlechtěné (Gladiolus)

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