Peeters Gladiolus - Catalogue
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Early Beginnings (Peeters - 2014) 311 VE : L$2.00 M$1.50 S$1.10 UNIT$5.50
Begin your season early with this deep cream with a delicious deep red rose blotch on each of the lip and lower petals. Gently waved florets are just over 3 1/2" in size and precisely made. Holds 9-10 open of 21 buds on 21" heads. Very formal show glad and easy cutter.

Early Company (Peeters - 2002) 443 E : L$0.90 M$0.70 S$0.60 UNIT$0.00
A salmon pink with cream throat. Formal and excellent early commercial cut flower.

Early Display (Peeters - 1999) 342 VE : L$1.00 M$0.80 S$0.70 UNIT$0.00
Very early to start your cutflower season. A light dusty pink that is a prolific propagator.

Early Emerald (Peeters - 2014) 303 E : L$2.50 M$1.75 S$1.25 UNIT$7.00
An easy grower green that you can take to the market early. This medium green is embelished with a small red veined brush mark in the throat and onto lip petal. Florets are 3 3/4" in size with medium ruffling. You'll like this jewel.

Early Girlie (Peeters - 2005) 434 VE : L$1.50 M$1.10 S$0.85 UNIT$4.25
An early salmon pink with exquisite heavy ruffling and substance. Makes nice quality spikes on medium plants.

Early Icing (Peeters - 2006) 300 E : L$0.00 M$1.10 S$0.85 UNIT$0.00
A pure pristine white that is one of our favourite early bloomers for cutting purposes. Just under 4 1/2" florets are lightly ruffled and on nice straight spikes. Heavy bulblet production and excellent germination.

Early Little Yellow (Peeters - 2005) 212 VE : L$1.00 M$0.90 S$0.75 UNIT$0.00
An early miniature yellow with a darker throat. Nice all purpose glad for show, baskets or gardens.

Early Morning (Peeters - 2015) 411 E : L$1.75 M$1.30 S$1.00 UNIT$4.75
As fresh as an early morning you'll enjoy this splendid light cream with greenish-yellow lip petal and subtle purple brush mark. Opens 7-8 lightly ruffled florets of 24 buds on 24" heads with good length stems.

Early Sunshine (Peeters - 2004) 312 E : L$0.90 M$0.70 S$0.60 UNIT$0.00
A light lemon yellow that is formal and consistently straight right down the row. Makes good early show or cutting spikes.

Ed's Conquest (Frederick - 2006) 253 M : L$1.50 M$1.10 S$0.85 UNIT$4.25
A top rated miniature. A red orange with two red side petals and slight picotee. Holds open 9 lightly ruffled florets of 27 buds in great formal placement. Has won numerous champs here in North America as well as in Britian.

Ed's Pride (Frederick - 2016) 273 M : L$3.50 M$2.50 S$1.75 UNIT$9.50
A light lavender with purple freckling on a light yellow throat. Holds open 7 ruffled florets 3 1/4" in size of 22 buds on 22" heads in formal placement. Won a first as seedling at Iowa show. This proud miniature is displayed on medium tall plants with healthy green foliage. (About Face x Yes)

Edith Schofield (Jenkins - 1974) 483 E : L$0.00 M$0.00 S$0.00 UNIT$0.00
A muted light blue with a deep blue feathered blotch in throat accented with a small light yellow spear. Florets are very lightly ruffled. An early bloomer with tall cutting stems.

El Diablo (Konicek - 2006) 499 EM : L$0.00 M$0.00 S$0.00 UNIT$0.00
SOLD OUT. A rich brown grey. Very exotic and unique colour. The closest glad we have to a true grey. Nicely ruffled, heavy substance and exquisitely accented with a gold and red line on midribs.

Elegant (Lelek - 2009) 415 M : L$2.50 M$1.75 S$0.00 UNIT$0.00
An exotic greenish yellow with a rose watercolour into throat and decorative red veining splashed on center of petals. Held up on tall plants, it is a piece of art to admire.

Emerald Spring (Konicek - 1995) 206 EM : L$0.00 M$0.00 S$0.85 UNIT$0.00
A rich deep green that has been a favourite in this colour class. Has nice proportions, formal placement and a definate show winner. Is great miniature for design work and complimentary with many colour combinations.

Esquisse (D.Croteau - 2003) 442 M : L$1.50 M$1.10 S$0.85 UNIT$0.00
A beautiful buff pink that is slightly deeper at petal edges and has buttery undertones in throat. Easily holds 9 open of 26 buds in formal placement. An overall exquisite colour for garden or show table. Has a Reserve Champ to it's credit.

Excell (Saran - 2005) 445 M : L$1.50 M$1.10 S$0.85 UNIT$4.25
Vibrant clean salmon-pink with a neat tidy blotch on lip petal. This formal beauty is sure to "Excell" on the show table. It rated very well in our trials. Great propagation, health, beauty and overall growth habits.

Expresident (Mimranek - 2012) 235 M : L$1.50 M$0.90 S$0.75 UNIT$0.00
A stylish medium pink-salmon with large cream yellow blotch on lip petals adorned with red peppering. The 3 1/2" ruffled florets are wide open and of medium+ substance. Easily can hold 9 open on miniature show spikes.

Exquisite (Frederick - 2015) 400 M : L$0.00 M$2.50 S$1.75 UNIT$0.00
Sculptured pristine exhibition white. Easily can hold 12 open of 25 buds on 26" heads on medium height plants. Florets are 4 1/2" with medium heavy ruffling and of heavy substance in formal+ placement. A good propagator and makes makes excellent exhibition type spikes. (Cotton Queen x Pink Elegance)

Eye Spy (Madeson - 2004) 477 M : L$1.50 M$1.10 S$0.85 UNIT$4.25
A rose-lavender with a distinctive red blotch with a cream border that appears as spying eyes. Ruffled florets have stiff substance. An exotic decorative that is great for arrangements and is sturdy standing for landscape uses.

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