(14”) Dwarf Goblin Gaillardia plants are covered with daisy-like flowers all summer and until fall frosts. The 3-4” flowers are red with yellow tips on the petals. 1,700 seeds/oz.; 15-20 days, 70-75ºF Plant in full sun on sandy or poor soil.
The hardy, easy-to-grow 16" plants flower from June right through September in well-drained soil. The bushy, full-bodied plants light up a border with dazzling color. Your eyes will go "wow" when they alight on these large splashy pink and lavender blooms...
Flowers blanket low-mounded plants. Brilliant blasts of fiery color. Looking for color? Loves the dry, hot sun. These dazzling, large-flowered 3" blooms with fiery-hot bicolor patterns will brighten any perennial bed.
Sow on sterilized soil. Doubles, 12-14 weeks to bloom from seed. Do not cover seeds. (16-18”) Double Cascade Mix petunia features an early, compact habit with good branching plants that produce huge 4-5” double blooms.
This double grandiflora hybrid petunia features rich, velvety purple with white picotee edges. Singles, 10-12 weeks to bloom from seed. (10-15”, plants spread 10-12”) Pirouette Purple Petunia is an All American Winner.
This single grandiflora Hybrid petunia is vibrant and non-fading. Singles, 10-12 weeks to bloom from seed. (10-15”) Dreams Mix petunia features uniform, dwarf, bushy plants that produce an abundance of blooms 3-1/2- 4” across.
After all, there must be a reason they call it chalice vine! And its flowers are golden enough, in both color and size, to qualify. A vine that can bloom this big near the shortest day of the year still seems to me little short of miraculous!
Plus, you don't have to wait to see this kind of garden performance—Red Gaillardia does this in its very first season! Uniform plants feature mounds of pinnate, lobed foliage of deep green that makes a fine background for the deep mahogany-red, 4" daisylike...
Botanical Name: Gaillardia x grandiflora 'Arizona Red Shades'
Flower Form: Pinwheel blooms with button centers.
Foliage: Entire toothed, lobed or pinnatifid, hairy leaves alternately on the stems.
Size: 4 inch blossoms.
Comments: This plant is an exciting breakthrough in breeding of gaillardias. It will exhibit excellent flowering in the first season and each plant is uniform in size. Mahogany red daisy-like blooms with the tips of each petal dipped in golden yellow will bloom continuously all summer long. The foliage looks identical from plant to plant. If other gaillardia plantings would happen to be out of bloom it would appear as if several varieties were present because the foliage can very greatly from one plant to the next but this variety exhibits great uniformity in the foliage.
Wine-red blooms are HUGE - measuring 3'' across. This plant is a blooming machine producing flowers from early summer right through fall. Plant 12-18'' apart. Drought and deer resistant, attracts butterflies and makes a great cut flower.
Our Dwarf Gaillardia grow only 8-12'' tall. Compact little plants cover themselves with bright colored flowers all summer and fall from June until November. Plant 12'' apart. Bright Golden Yellow! Exciting new low growing varieties of one of the most...
They stand out dramatically against the glossy, dark green foliage. Gardeners in warmer climates should cut back the remaining canes by about one-third, while those in colder areas will probably want to prune a little more than that.