Gladiolus Garden! Beautiful cut flowers!


Birth Month Flowers And Their Significances . August - Gladiolus is august birth flowers. This flower is just like a fighter's blade from outside while it doesn't mean energy. It is the icon of memorial.

A bunch of white gladiolas in a simple vase can bring instant life to any room.

Everyday easy flower arrangement ideas for your home. How to arrange flowers without a lot of fuss and mess.


Gladiolus is a genus of perennial cormous flowering plants in the iris family. It is sometimes called the 'sword lily', but is usually called by its generic name. The genus occurs in Asia, Mediterranean Europe, South Africa, and tropical Africa.

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That's what a lot of Hummingbird Summer is about. But it's also about not just making it through. It's about living. Living fully, even when your world is falling apart.

" I recalled the scar on Oscar's wrist, the scars down Asten's back, and the scar across Addelai's lips. I recalled the scars littering Liam's face. "It's okay," I told her. "All the strongest people do.

Gladiolus so named: a gladiator, fierce and determined to be me or leave...make up your mind...Hamlets not not apply.

Beautiful, very brightly colored Gladiolus Alatus will catch your eye with its showy yellow & orange flowers!

“Gladiolus: strength of character, honor, conviction #voltron”

⚰️ cosmic ⚰️ on

TBH I am really REALLY hoping for a scene where Shiro gets his arm ripped off or something and we see either like a stumpr or just the remnants of machinery stuck to his arm in like a final boss-fight or something

Gorgeous multi colored irises

Full size picture of Tall Bearded Iris 'Starship Enterprise' (Iris)