Even though it was a cold, blustery day, it was time to get the gladiolas out of the garden. It’s always a cold blustery day when the glads come up. This year Emma was drafted to help.
Poor April doesn’t know she was caught unceremoniously squatting in this photo.
Emma shows off a couple of glad bulbs. Many people just buy new each year, but we dig ours up as we increase our supply as the bulbs often multiply. After a few days in the house, we’ll pull last year’s shriveled bulb off the bottom of these, wipe the dirt off, make sure they are dry, and put them in the basement for the winter. If we were really ambitious, we could pull the little round bulbs off and grow those up too, but we’ll just let those go.