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by Kurlie77 on May 14, 2005 11:11 PM
I have lots of glad bulbs that I need to plant, but they have already sprouted in their packaging. Should I plant them to the recommended deepness or should I plant them so the sprouts are poking out of the soil?

Also, how many days should I expect until my glads bloom after I plant them in the ground?
by tkhooper on May 15, 2005 01:30 AM
plant them at their recommended depth. I had the same thing with my cannas and having their stem underground didn't bother them at all. I looked at some sites that had pictures of the sowing directions for glads and it doesn't appear that that presents a problem for them. 6 of my 8 glads are already above ground. It stated in the article that I read that 60 to 120 days after the leaves mature they bloom depending on the variety of glad that you have.

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