The 3-4” flowers are red with yellow tips on the petals. (Blanket Flower) Perennial. 1,700 seeds/oz.; 15-20 days, 70-75ºF Plant in full sun on sandy or poor soil. (14”) Dwarf Goblin Gaillardia plants are covered with daisy-like flowers all summer...
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...
Narrow, opposite leaves are up to 10 inches long at the base of the plant and decrease in length up the stems. Bright, rosy lavender flower wands open from top to bottom in early summer, appearing to glow at the tips.
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...
Soil Requirements: Well-drained average soil.
Zone: 3 - 10
Foliage: Entire toothed, lobed or pinnatifid, hairy leaves alternately on the stems.
Flower Form: Pinwheel blooms with button centers.
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.
This plant is a blooming machine producing flowers from early summer right through fall. Wine-red blooms are HUGE - measuring 3'' across. Plant 12-18'' apart. Drought and deer resistant, attracts butterflies and makes a great cut flower.
Give it excellent soil drainage and pamper it a bit the first year to help it find its feet. Kobold is a glorious subject in the vase!) Unappetizing to nibbling deer and rabbits, this Blazing Star will thrive for many seasons in your sunny garden.
Restrictions: Canada, Guam, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands
Additional Characteristics: Bloom First Year, Butterfly Lovers, Easy Care Plants, Flower, Free Bloomer, Long Bloomers, Native, Repeat Bloomer
One of the most drought resistant perennials there is. Our Dwarf Gaillardia grow only 8-12'' tall. Ideal for abundant cut-flowers. Bright Golden Yellow! Exciting new low growing varieties of one of the most desirable of all perennials.
No other flower in the garden equals its combination of beauty and vigor. Do grow this 2011 All America Selection Winner this season. They petals surround a huge central cone combining amber, gold, and green.
Dry them for the colder months to add color to a dried arrangement. Flowering: Opening from top to bottom, fluffy purple flower spikes resemble bottle brushes. Scratch in about an inch of compost prior to planting and apply a thin layer each spring thereafter.
The plants bloom all summer and are heat, drought and soil tolerant. Vivid flowers are orange, red and yellow with flashy fluted petals on compact plants that grow 8” tall and 12” wide make Sun Devil a great choice of an edging plant for a garden...
The plant covers itself with bright orange flowers that have trumpet shaped petals that are very attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. This high energy perennial will bloom from early summer into the fall.
Relatively maintenance free and drought tolerant once established. Plant 8-12” apart in full sun. 2011 AAS Flower Award Winner! ‘Arizona Apricot' offers a new and unique apricot color on compact 12” tall plant! Huge, 3-3 ½” blooms of yellow and...
It puts up with heat, humidity, cold, poor soil, and -- once it has built up a good root system in your garden -- drought. Cannot ship to GU, VI. Expect them to reach 4 inches wide and to crowd one another for space on compact plants 12 inches high and...
Mix of rich reds and golden yellows bloom from early to late summer. Grow 12- to 15-in. Low maintenance as well as heat and drought tolerant. Attract butterflies. A colorful, easy-care favorite for front borders and floral arrangements.
Soil Requirements: Fertile, well-drained soil, but can tolerate poor soils.