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gladiolus


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(family Iridaceae)

A genus of herbs produced from corms, which have showy, irregular flowers, each enclosed in its own spathe on the spike-like inflorescence. There are some 180 species, in Europe, Asia, and Africa; African species are those most grown in gardens.

Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry.


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