Citations with the tag: GLADIOLUS

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  • Three special glads.
     // Flower & Garden; Feb1989, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p72 

    Presents the All-America Gladiolus Selections for 1989. All three choices were developed by Carl Fischer of St. Charles, Minnesota; `Gold Coin'; `First Kiss'; and `Lavender Ruffles.'

  • Winter Storage for Gladioli.
    Sanchez, Janet H. // Horticulture; Sep/Oct2000, Vol. 97 Issue 7, p32 

    Details the process of storing gladioli's corms through the winter. Best time of digging the corms; Removing the foliage and inspecting the corms; Procedure for separating the corms.

  • Mad About Glads.
    Covey, Mary // Harrowsmith Country Life (11908416); Aug99, Vol. 23 Issue 147, p18 

    Provides information on the flower, gladiola. Description on the flower; Best recipe for great gladiola.

  • Glorious Gladiolus.
    Donnelly, Ruah // Yankee; Sep2002, Vol. 66 Issue 7, p42 

    Focuses on the gladiolus hybrid flower from Pleasant Valley in Massachusetts. Introduction of gladiolus varieties by the Pleasant Valley breeders; Properties of the flower; Tips in growing gladiolus. INSET: Gladiolus Growing Tips.

    McDougall, Kris // Country Living; Jul2002, Vol. 25 Issue 7, p27 

    Presents an article on the gladiolus flower.

  • My Favorite Plant.
    Theobald, Lorraine M. // Flower & Garden; Nov99, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p9 

    Focuses on the interest of the author in the gladiolus flowering plant which has been growing in her garden in Sherburn, Minnesota for several years.

    Theobald, Lorraine M. // Organic Gardening (08973792); Sep89, Vol. 36 Issue 8, p26 

    Responds to a question on the best way to store and replant gladiolus corms. Temperature at which to overwinter corms; Tips on the planting and care of the replanted corms.

  • Amazing Grace.
    Bender, Steve // Southern Living; Spring2003 Special Issue, p72 

    Provides information on flowers that are ideal for cemeteries. Hardy gladioli or Gladiolus byzantinum; Bachelor's buttons or Centaurea cyanus. INSET: FLOWERS FOR THE AGES..

  • gladiolus Spectacular.
    ZHAO, JANE // PolymerCAFE Magazine; Aug2013, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p40 

    The article offers step-by-step instructions for designing a polymer clay project featuring gladiolus, the August flower.

    ZHAO, JANE // Organic Gardening (08973792); Jan90, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p18 

    Reports on the elimination of thrips in gladiolus garden.

  • The Study of the Main Anatomo-morphological and Decorative Characteristicsof the Gladiolus hybridus approved for Fruit Research Station Cluj in 2008.
    ZHAO, JANE // Bulletin of the University of Agricultural Sciences & Veterinary; 2009, Vol. 66 Issue 1, p683 

    An abstract of the article "The Study of the Main Anatomo-morphological and Decorative Characteristicsof the Gladiolus hybridus approved for Fruit Research Station Cluj in 2008," by Lenuta Mirela Chis, Maria Cantor, Dumitru Zaharia, Eugenia Harsan and Peter Somsai is presented.

    SUSILA, T. // Agricultural Science Digest; Sep2013, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p237 

    A study was under taken during 2002-2004 to find out the suitable gladiolus varieties for cultivation in Visakhapatnam district of Andhra Pradesh. There were significant difference among the varieties with respect to vegetative and floral characters. Maximum plant height was recorded in Tilak....

    See, Sally // Floral Design; Nov2011, p42 

    The article presents an arrangement of Gladiolus flower using a self-made container and bleached Mitsumata branches, which can be used as a token of respect for the people being admired.

  • The Green Thumb.
    Abraham, Doc; Abraham, Katy // Consumers' Research Magazine; Mar2000, Vol. 83 Issue 3, p36 

    Answers some questions about plants and gardening. Effectiveness of leaves as mulch; Ways to make a hydrangea bloom; Why flowers of gladiolus turn brown.

  • Reintroduction of an unusual Gladiolus.
    GRANT-DOWNTON, ROBERT; RODRIGUEZ-ENRIQUEZ, JOSEFINA // Plantsman: New Series; Dec2012, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p248 

    The article presents information on the genus Gladiolus, which is found in the Mediterranean area of southern Europe, North Africa, and Southwest Asia. Some species from summer rainfall areas in South Africa, such as G. papilio and G. flanaganii, are hardy and adaptable, and are regularly found...

  • Detection of RAPD Polymorphisms in Gladiolus Cultivars With Differing Sensitivities to Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. gladioli.
    GRANT-DOWNTON, ROBERT; RODRIGUEZ-ENRIQUEZ, JOSEFINA // Plant Molecular Biology Reporter; Sep2002, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p305 

    Presents the abstract of the study 'Detection of RAPD Polymorphisms in Gladiolus Cultivars With Differing Sensitivities to Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. gladioli,' by Dallavalle et al, which was published in the electronic version of the 'Plant Molecular Biology Reporter' as of September 2002.

    Chivers, Ruth // Garden Design; Apr2005, Issue 130, p68 

    Presents information on several mediterranean plants. Bidens Heterophylla; Bulbinella Nutans; Eryngium Proteiflorum; Gladiolus Permeabilis.

    Fortnam, Joanna; Chivers, Ruth // Garden Design; Feb/Mar2004, Issue 123, p18 

    Features several flowers. Information on gladiolus; Description of dahlias; Background of zinnias.

    ZHYGALOVA, SVILTLANA L.; FUTORNA, OKSANA A. // Modern Phytomorphology; 2013, Vol. 3, p273 

    The aim of this study is to give a complete description of the surface structure of the leaves, seeds and pollen grains of Gladiolus imbricatus from the flora of Ukraine, and to investigate whether these characters are useful systematically.

    CIUZAN, Oana; PAMFIL, Doru; RAKOSY-TICAN, Elena // ProEnvironment Promediu; 2015, Vol. 8 Issue 23, p433 

    The Gladiolus species are known to be on the 5th place in the culture of decorative flowers. Still there are some inconveniences regarding their culture survival due to the fact that they are relatively easy attacked by biotic stressors. This research is focused on determining a strategy for the...

    CIUZAN, Oana; PAMFIL, Doru; RAKOSY-TICAN, Elena // Your Plants: Plain & Practical Directions for the Treatment of T; 1/ 1/1919, p24 

    Chapter XVIII of the book "Your Plants: Plain and Practical Directions for the Treatment of Tender and Hardy Plants in the House and in the Garden" is presented. It discusses the tropical bulbs like gladioluses, tuberoses, cannas, and caladiums. It states that these bulbs are not hardy and could...

  • Acidanthera.
    Robertson, Kay // Gardener for the Prairies; Summer2009, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p22 

    The article features the lightly scented, lily-like flowering plant Acidenthera, also known as peacock orchid, sword lily and Abyssian. The plant grows from corms that are 3 centimeters in diameter and are best planted in groups to bring out their exotic qualities, or they can be used for their...

  • This end up.
    Bender, Steve // Southern Living; May95, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p100 

    Discusses information on planting dahlias, gladioli, lilies and caladium. Soil condition; Orientation of the dahlia tuber/gladioli and caladium feeder roots/lily bulb for planting.

  • Ankara Ãœniversitesi Fen Fakültesi Herbaryumu’ndaki (ANK) Iridaceae Familyasının Revizyonu ve Veri Tabanının Hazırlanması.
    ÖZDENİZ, Ebru; KURT, Latif // Journal of Forestry Faculty of Kastamonu University; 2012, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p161 

    The plant samples (Iridaceae family) deposited in ANK Herbarium (Ankara University, Science Faculty, Biology Department) were revised and listed by this study. Iridaceae family was revised at ANK Herbarium and found out that 391 plant specimens belonging to 5 genera and 78 taxa were deposited....

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    ÖZDENİZ, Ebru; KURT, Latif // Burke's Backyard; Aug2009, p52 

    The article presents several flowering plants that can be best grown during the summer months. These include oriental lilies, blue ginger, gladiolus, jacobean lily and delphiniums. It provides information on the characteristics of each plant mentioned as well as guidelines on how to grow and...

  • Cost and Return Analysis of Gladiolus Cultivation in Kashmir Valley - A Study of Village Harwan.
    -ul-Haq, Imtiyaz // Asian Journal of Research in Business Economics & Management; Mar2014, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p523 

    The present study was conducted to work out cost and returns of gladiolus cultivation in village Harwan of District Srinagar (Jammu & Kashmir). In total 15 growers were traced out in the village growing gladiolus on commercial scale, and all of them were selected for present study. Most of the...

  • Gladiolus byzantinus.
    Ogden, Lauren Springer // Horticulture; Jun/Jul2006, Vol. 103 Issue 5, p21 

    The article features the plant specie, Gladiolus byzantinus. Large magenta flowers bloom on spikes in early summer. The corms do best in sun and well-drained but not parched soil. Gardeners are advised to buy only heirloom G. byzantinus grown in the U.S.

  • Spring splendour in Westminster.
    Ogden, Lauren Springer // Garden; Jun2004, Vol. 129 Issue 6, p429 

    Presents information on varieties of flowers exhibited at the London Flower Show in Westminster, England in April 2004. Gladiolus tristis by Angarrack Nursery of Cornwall; Acacia verticillata by Trevena Cross Nurseries of Cornwall; Vireya rhododendron grown by Christopher Fairweather, holder of...

    Sutton, Julian // Garden; Feb2010, Vol. 135 Issue 2, p96 

    The article offers information on several species of iris. Gladiolus flanaganii is a fine garden plant found on cliffs high in the Drakensberg mountains. Gladiolus tristis is a well-tried garden plant with lightly scented flowers. Tritonia crocata is a lower-growing plant which makes colonies on...

  • Gladiolus osmaniyensis (Iridaceae), a new species from South Anatolia, Turkey.
    SAĞIROĞLU, Mehmet; AKGÜL, Gençay // Turkish Journal of Botany; 1/1/2014, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p31 

    A new species, Gladiolus osmaniyensis Sağıroğlu (Iridaceae), is described and illustrated from South Anatolia, Turkey. G. osmaniyensis is morphologically close to G. attilae and G. atroviolaceus. The ecology and phenology of the new species as well as its etymology, conservation status,...

  • Molecular characterization of Cucumber mosaic virus infecting Gladiolus, revealing its phylogeny distinct from the Indian isolate and alike the Fny strain of CMV.
    Dubey, Vimal Kumar; Aminuddin; Singh, Vijai Pal // Virus Genes; Aug2010, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p126 

    The majority of Gladiolus plants growing in the botanical garden at NBRI, Lucknow, India and adjoining areas exhibited symptoms of mosaic, color breaking, stunting of spikes and reduction in flower size. The occurrence of Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) was suspected in symptomatic Gladiolus plants....

  • Performance of Gladiolus as Influenced by Boron and Zinc.
    Halder, N. K.; Rafiuddin, Md.; Siddiky, M. A.; Gomes, R.; Begam, Kabita Anju-Man-Ara // Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences; 2007, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p581 

    The field study of B and Zn on Gladiolus was conducted at Floriculture Farm of HRC, Gazipur and RARS, Jessore during 2005-2006. The objective was to evaluate the response of B and Zn and to find out the optimum dose of the same for production of gladiolus. It appeared in studied data reveals...

  • Effect of different levels of sugar in pulsing treatment on post harvest quality of gladiolus cv. American Beauty.
    Babaji, Jadhav Parag; Bharat, Patil Nilam; Suresh, Dekhane Swapnil; Patel, Davabhai J. // Annals of Biological Research; 2014, Vol. 5 Issue 8, p13 

    The experiment was conducted at ASPEE, Agricultural Research and Development Foundation Lab, Village Nare, Taluka Wada, District Thane, Maharashtra during Rabi 2013-14. In this study the effects of different levels of sugar in pulsing treatments on post harvest quality of gladiolus cv. American...

  • Influence Gamma Irradiation on Morphological Changes, Post Harvest Life and Mutagenesis in Gladiolus.
    Sisodia, Anjana; Singh, A. K. // International Journal of Agriculture, Environment & Biotechnolog; Sep2014, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p535 

    Present investigation was carried out for 3 years (2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14) at Varanasi, India to find out influence of various gamma doses i.e. 1.5, 2.5, 3.5, 4.5 and 5.5 kR along with untreated (control) in different varieties of gladiolus viz., Aldebaran, Jyotsana, Legend, Praha, Punjab...

    Sisodia, Anjana; Singh, A. K. // Garden; Apr2003, Vol. 128 Issue 4, p241 

    Presents letters to the editor of the April 2003 issue of 'The Garden.' Topics include simplicity in garden design; garden damage; a volcano in Ecuador; monkey puzzle trees; Gladiolus cardinalis; South African plants and collectors; Jill and Roelf Atwell's South African garden; and aquatic...

  • Gladiolus rust discovered in Florida.
    Sisodia, Anjana; Singh, A. K. // GMPRO - Greenhouse Management & Production; Jul2006, Vol. 26 Issue 7, p7 

    Deals with the discovery of gladiolus rust in Palmetto, Florida by the U.S. Department of Agriculture National Mycologist of the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service. Development of a technical committee that would inspect the area where the plant is found; Support of the Society of...

    Sarkar, Indrajit; Chakravorty, S.; Maitra, S. // Indian Journal of Agricultural Research; Oct2014, Vol. 48 Issue 5, p360 

    Thirty cultivars of gladiolus were evaluated to select the suitable cultivars for export quality flowers because the choice of cultivars is an important factor in export oriented commercial floriculture. The overall performance of cv. Jester among all the 30 cultivars were better in respect of...

    Sarkar, Indrajit; Chakravorty, S.; Maitra, S. // Better Homes & Gardens; Aug2004, Vol. 82 Issue 8, p208 

    Provides tips for gardening gladiolus. Duration of planting the corms; Placement of the cut stem in water; Use of insecticide and fungicide on the new corms.

  • Cost and Return Analysis of Gladiolus Cultivation in Kashmir Valley - A Study of Village Harwan.
    Imtiyaz-ul-Haq // Asian Journal of Research in Business Economics & Management; Mar2014, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p523 

    The present study was conducted to work out cost and returns of gladiolus cultivation in village Harwan of District Srinagar (Jammu & Kashmir). In total 15 growers were traced out in the village growing gladiolus on commercial scale, and all of them were selected for present study. Most of the...

  • Gladiolas.
    Hrycan, William // Gardener (2293-1376); 09/01/2013, p14 

    The article offers information on Gladiolus flowers. The flower is also named as the sword-lily and was first cultivated in the Mediterranean. It describes the characteristics of the different types of gladiolus which include Dwarf glads and Standard glads. The article offers tips for growing,...

  • Evaluation of Promising Hybrids of Gladiolus hybridus L.
    Cantor, Maria; Buta, Erzsebet; Pop, Rodica // Bulletin of the University of Agricultural Sciences & Veterinary; 2011, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p303 

    The genus Gladiolus contains more 255 species which grow in western and central Europe, western Asia, and in tropical and southern Africa. The main distribution area is South Africa. Most gladiolus cultivated worldwide as well as Romania has imported from the Netherlands, and only a few are...

  • Studies Regarding the Behaviour in Crop Conditions of Some Species from Ornamental Flora, with Decorative Value.
    Chelariu, Elena-Liliana; Draghia, Lucia // Bulletin of the University of Agricultural Sciences & Veterinary; 2011, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p315 

    The current paper presents the preliminary results of a study regarding the behaviour in crop conditions of four species, from spontaneous flora, with ornamental value (Campanula glomerata, Campanula persicifolia, Digitalis grandiflora and Gladiolus imbricatus). In comparison with the behaviour...

    Richter, Skip // Texas Gardener; Jan/Feb2005, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p6 

    Presents several gardening tips for January and February 2005. Vegetables recommended for planting for the month of January; Suggestion for applying fertilizers in winter flowers; Information on gladiolus corms; Pruning season for deciduous trees and shrubs.

  • Cape:.
    Gough, Robert E. // Glossary of Vital Terms for the Home Gardener; 1993, p21 

    A definition of the term "cape" is presented. It refers to a bulbous or tuberous plants originally from the area around the Cape of Good Hope, among them Gladiolus, Freesia, Amaryllis, Ixia and Sparaxis.

  • corm:.
    Gough, Robert E. // Glossary of Vital Terms for the Home Gardener; 1993, p27 

    A definition of the term "corm" is presented. It is a global-shaped, modified underground stem with terminal or lateral buds like the Gladiolus and crocus.

  • Gladiolus hybridus ABSCISIC ACID INSENSITIVE 5 (GhABI5) is an important transcription factor in ABA signaling that can enhance Gladiolus corm dormancy and Arabidopsis seed dormancy.
    Jian Wu; Shanshan Seng; Juanjuan Sui; Eliana Vonapartis; Xian Luo; Benhe Gong; Chen Liu; Chenyu Wu; Chao Liu; Fengqin Zhang; Junna He; Mingfang Yi // Frontiers in Plant Science; Nov2015, p1 

    The phytohormone abscisic acid (ABA) regulates plant development and is crucial for abiotic stress response. In this study, cold storage contributes to reducing endogenous ABA content, resulting in dormancy breaking of Gladiolus. The ABA inhibitor fluridone also promotes germination, suggesting...

  • Gladiolus and Quince.
    Woodard, Catherine // Onion River Review; 2012, p40 

    The short story "Gladiolus and Quince," by Catherine Woodard is presented.

  • Vase life and rehydration capacity of dry-stored gladiolus flowers at low temperature.
    da Costa, Lucas Cavalcante; de Araújo, Fernanda Ferreira; de Sousa Santos, Mirelle Nayana; Carvalho Lima, Paula Cristina; Pereira, Ariana Mota; Finger, Fernando Luiz // Ciência Rural; 2017, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p1 

    Normally, it is not recommended the conditioning of gladiolus stems in water during storage or transport. Hydration of petals may accelerate flower opening, even at a low temperature, which compromises quality at marketing moment. However, for this species, neither the effect of prolonged dry...

  • Studies on Drip Irrigation and Nitrogen Management in Gladiolus (Gladiolus grandiflorus L.).
    Thentu, T. L.; Dutta, D.; Mudi, D. Dutta; Saha, A. // International Journal of Bio-Resource & Stress Management; Dec2015, Vol. 6 Issue 6, p644 

    A field experiment was conducted at Central Research Farm of Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyala, Gayespur, West Bengal during the winter seasons of 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 to study the effect of drip and surface irrigation in gladiolus with different sources of nitrogen management. The...

  • Glad to be rediscovered?
    Thentu, T. L.; Dutta, D.; Mudi, D. Dutta; Saha, A. // Garden; Jan2010, Vol. 135 Issue 1, p7 

    The article reports on the rediscovery of a scarlet-flowered gladiolus in the Isle of Man. It states that garden historian and botanist Professor Michael Tooley used Gladiolus x brenchleyensis as an example in one of his lectures in the Isle of Man. It mentions that Edward Huyton, who was with...

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