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Gaillardia aristata 'Arizona Red Shades'

$14.99
UPC:
794094310236
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Common Name:
Blanket Flower
Plant Type:
Perennial
Exposure:
Sun
Hardiness Zone:
3-10
Bloom Color:
Red
Bloom Time:
Summer-Fall
Garden Height:
10-12 Inches
Garden Spread:
12 Inches
  • Low groundcover that's big on color
  • Easy & durable in sunny, dry areas
  • Copper color is great in combo pots & late season displays

Beautiful, large, crimson-red flowers are produced from early summer into early fall on Gaillardia aristata 'Arizona Red Shades'. It is short in stature and has a compact habit that makes it a great fit in small space gardens and containers. This heat-tolerant plant is a joy to have in the garden and requires little care, except for deadheading that will prolong the bloom period. Gaillardia are native to the western U.S.

Uses: Beds, Borders, Containers, Landscapes, Rock Gardens
Nature Attraction: Butterflies
Critter Resistance: Deer
Notable Features: Drought & Heat Tolerant, Cut Flower
Growth Habit: Mounding

Photos courtesy of Walters Gardens, Inc

Reviews (2)

  • Romence Gardens Flower order
    4

    Posted by Gillis Lawanda on Apr 28th 2022

    I ordered several plants from Romence gardens. All of my plants were received in great condition. I ordered before the shipping date for my zone so all of my plants were young. They have been in the ground for about a week. The Aquilegia and the Gaillordia are already budding. The Kniphofia Puromania (Red Hot Poker) isn’t budding yet but looks healthy. One of my Russian Sage plants is not looking like I want it to but the other 3 look great. I might add that I tried some Russian Sage from a local nursery last year and it didn’t make it. I planted in a different location this year and will see what happens. I don’t know if the sage doesn’t like our soil or if I’m not giving it the kind of love it wants. Plants arrived healthy so any problems are in this end. I will definitely be ordering from Romence Gardens in the future.

  • Good plants
    5

    Posted by Unknown on Oct 3rd 2020

    Plant came healthy and looked great and colorful all summer.