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(Terracotta Gazania)

One of the most celebrated wildflowers of South Africa, the terracotta gazania boasts a long blooming season during which it boldly shows off vibrant russet orange-red daisies. A clump-forming, evergreen tender perennial, it is native to the western provinces of South Africa where it quickly colors the dry grasslands after rainstorms. The flowers close at night and on overcast days.

The leaves are deeply lobed, feathery with glossy green tops and silvery, woolly undersides. In the chill of winter...

Image of Gazania krebsiana (TANAGER®) photo by: Plant Select®

Plant Select®

(Tanager® Terracotta Gazania, Terracotta Gazania)

Tanager® terracotta gazania boasts a long flowering season during which it boldly shows off extra large, deep orange daisies with a black ring. A clump-forming, evergreen tender perennial, it originates from the western provinces of South Africa where wild forms quickly color the dry grasslands after rainstorms. The flowers close at night and on overcast days.

The leaves are deeply lobed, feathery with glossy green tops and silvery, woolly undersides. In the chill of winter the foliage can attain...

Image of Gazania rigens photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Treasure Flower)

The colorful, gem-like daisies of this small, evergreen tender perennial are what inspired the common name, treasure flower. Commonly grown as a bedding annual, this South African native has been heavily cultivated for garden use. It will tolerate drought but grows best in areas where temperatures are mild and not scorching hot.

Compact, basal clumps of evergreen leaves persist through winter. These are elongated, lobed and green to gray-green. Perennial clumps will spread over time. Throughout...

(Armstrong's Gold Gazania, Treasure Flower)

Rapid, spreading growth and high vigor make this golden-flowered Gazania a shoe-in as a groundcover for frost-free climes with cool, moderate weather. It's extra large daisies are produced earlier than average and continue blooming for longer. This moderately disease resistant cultivar was selected in 1995 by Jose Jaime De La Torre of Ontario, California.

The colorful, gem-like daisies of this small, evergreen tender perennial are what inspired the common name, treasure flower....

(Aztec Queen Treasure Flower, Treasure Flower)

Large, intricate daisies of golden yellow with russet red stripes down each petal and black-ringed eyes are the crowning glory of ‘Aztec Queen’ treasure flower. This small, evergreen tender perennial is commonly grown as a bedding annual. It will tolerate drought but grows best in areas where temperatures are mild and not scorching hot.

Compact, basal clumps of evergreen leaves persist through winter. These are elongated, lobed and green to gray-green. Perennial clumps will spread over time....

(California Gold Treasure Flower, Treasure Flower)

Compact, spreading growth and high vigor make this yellow and orange flowered Gazania a shoe-in as a groundcover for frost-free climes with cool, moderate weather. It's extra large daisies are produced earlier than average and continue blooming for longer. This moderately disease resistant cultivar was selected in 1995 by Jose Jaime De La Torre of Ontario, California.

The colorful, gem-like daisies of this small, evergreen tender perennial are what inspired the common name, treasure...

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(Fiesta Red Treasure Flower, Treasure Flower)

Large, deep orange red daisies with black rings around their eyes are the highlight of ‘Fiesta Red’ treasure flower. This compact, clump-forming variety is easy to grow but requires afternoon shade if grown in hot summer sun.

The colorful, gem-like daisies of this small, evergreen tender perennial are what inspired the common name, treasure flower. Commonly grown as a bedding annual, this South African native has been heavily cultivated for garden use. It will tolerate drought but grows best...

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Jesse Saylor

(Gazoo Clear Orange Treasure Flower, Treasure Flower)

Bright, extra large daisies of pure orange grace 'Gazoo Orange' treasure flower. Its blooms are borne in profusion on extra strong stems and look great in summer containers. This Goldsmith Seeds' introduction is now sold by Syngenta.

The colorful, gem-like daisies of this small, evergreen tender perennial are what inspired the common name, treasure flower. Commonly grown as a bedding annual, this South African native has been heavily cultivated for garden use. It will tolerate drought but grows...

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Syngenta

(Gazoo Formula Mix Treasure Flower, Treasure Flower)

Bright, extra large daisies in pure shades of orange, yellow, white, pink and cream grace the treasure flowers in the Gazoo Series. The flowers are borne in profusion on extra strong stems and look great in summer containers. These Goldsmith Seeds' introductions are now sold by Syngenta.

The colorful, gem-like daisies of this small, evergreen tender perennial are what inspired the common name, treasure flower. Commonly grown as a bedding annual, this South African native has been heavily cultivated...

Image of Gazania rigens

Jesse Saylor

(Sundrop Treasure Flower, Treasure Flower)

This groundcover treasure flower is distinguished by mats of gray-green foliage and sunny yellow flowers that are produced from late spring to early summer. It’s quite drought tolerant once established but requires some afternoon sun where summers are very hot.

The colorful, gem-like daisies of this evergreen tender perennial inspired the common name, treasure flower. Commonly grown as a bedding annual, this South African native has been heavily cultivated for garden use. It will tolerate drought...