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Flower of the Day – July 11, 2016 – Gladiolus

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  1. I lived on Gladiola Circle for 17 years and couldn’t get one gladiola to grow in my garden. I look at them in a different way, like maybe they don’t like me. 🙂


  2. Have gladiolas in my yard that were planted by the previous owner of the house. They bloom with vibrant colors but mine always flop over after a few days. The stalks get so tall that they can’t hold up their own weight!


  3. Almost everyday I look at your flower pictures and say to my self, “That’s one of my favorites.” It dawned on me today, all your pictures are beautiful and I don’t know my real favorite with flowers….I like them all. : )


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