Gaillardia Arizona

Thrives in poor, well drained soil

Do you have any space near the front of your garden for a happy little perennial that loves heat, blooms all summer and never fails to please? If so, take a look at our two Gaillardia varieties – Arizona Sun and Arizona Apricot. Gaillardia or Blanket Flower is a popular perennial that has undergone recent breeding advances to improve on flowering time and colours. Both varieties thrive best in full sun and poor, well drained soil. For this reason, it is best not to fertilize. Arizona Sun is blanketed in large 3” fiery orange – red flowers tipped with a ring of bright yellow. Apricot boasts large, apricot flowers with yellow tips. Both have an incredibly long blooming season of 3 months or more even in hot and dry conditions. A must for any garden!

Gaillardia Arizona Sun and Arizona Apricot

Gaillardia varieties – Arizona Sun and Arizona Apricot