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        Gladiolus

        The gladiolus (Gladiolus) is a perennial plant common in gardens throughout the world. Most gladiolus species originated in South Africa. The species of gladiolus that you see in gardens today are hybrid versions of these early African species that were created by Europeans in the 18th and 19th century.

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        The gladiolus (Gladiolus) is a perennial plant common in gardens throughout the world. Most gladiolus species originated in South Africa. The species of gladiolus that you see in gardens today are hybrid versions of these early African species that were created in the 18th and 19th centuries.

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        The gladiolus (Gladiolus) is a perennial plant common in gardens throughout the world. Most gladiolus species originated in South Africa. The species of gladiolus that you see in gardens today are hybrid versions of these early African species that were created in the 18th and 19th century.

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        The gladiolus (Gladiolus) is a perennial plant common in gardens throughout the world. Most gladiolus species originated in South Africa. The species of gladiolus that you see in gardens today are hybrid versions of these early African species that were created in the 18th and 19th century.

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