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Image of Gazania rigens (GAZOO SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(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 (MINI-STAR™ MIX, MINI-STAR™ SERIES) photo by: Ernst Benary® Inc.

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Mini-star™ Mix Treasure Flower, Treasure Flower)

The award-winning treasure flowers in the Mini-star™ Series bloom nonstop and come in warm shades of yellow, golden-orange, bronze and pink with rings of black or brown. These Benary introductions are also extra compact and large-flowered.

the 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...

(Mini-star™ Treasure Flower)

The award-winning treasure flowers in the Mini-star™ Series bloom nonstop and come in warm shades of yellow, golden-orange, bronze and pink with rings of black or brown. These Benary introductions are also extra compact and large-flowered.

the 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...

Image of Gazania rigens (MINI-STAR™ TANGERINE, MINI-STAR™ SERIES) photo by: Ernst Benary® Inc.

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Mini-star™ Tangerine Treasure Flower, Treasure Flower)

Huge tangerine orange flowers grace the compact, everblooming treasure flower, Mini-star™ Tangerine. This 1995 All-America Selections winner was introduced by Benary and is one of four other treasure flowers in the Mini-star™ Series.

the 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...

Image of Gazania rigens (MINI-STAR™ WHITE, MINI-STAR™ SERIES) photo by: Ernst Benary® Inc.

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Mini-star™ White Treasure Flower, Treasure Flower)

Huge creamy white daisies with dark rings abound the eyes grace the compact, everblooming treasure flower, Mini-star™ White. This vigorous cultivar was introduced by Benary and is one of four other treasure flowers in the Mini-star™ Series.

the 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...

Image of Gazania rigens (MINI-STAR™ YELLOW, MINI-STAR™ SERIES) photo by: Ernst Benary® Inc.

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Mini-star™ Yellow Treasure Flower, Treasure Flower)

Large, clear yellow daisies grace the compact, everblooming treasure flower, Mini-star™ Yellow. This vigorous cultivar was introduced by Benary and is one of four other treasure flowers in the Mini-star™ Series.

the 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...

Image of Gazania rigens var. leucolaena photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Trailing Gazania, Trailing Treasure Flower)

Trailing treasure flower is a low, evergreen flowering perennial that is grown as a bedding annual in temperate regions. Gazania rigens var. leucolaena is a species' variety that originates from southern Africa. It develops spreading clumps of green to silvery gray foliage that blanket the ground. Throughout the growing season many golden yellow daisies are produced just above the foliage. The blossoms close at night and on overcast days. Bees pollinate the blooms and heads of fuzzy...

Image of Geranium maderense photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Giant Herb Robert, Madeira Cranesbill, Madeira Daisy)

The dramatic foliage of Madeira cransbill rivals that of the showiest fern, and add the bouquet-like mass of small rosy pink blossoms and it becomes the visual showstopper! An evergreen perennial that is short-lived and often grown as a biennial, this clump-forming beauty is from the island of Madeira in humid forests. It dies after this resplendent flowering, but self-sows abundantly.

The glossy light green leaves are held on fuzzy, burgundy stems in a rosette arising from the soil. The leaves...

Image of Gerbera (FLORI LINE™ MIDI PINK, FLORI LINE™ MIDI SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Barberton Daisy, Flori Line® Midi Gerbera Daisy, Gerbera Daisy, Transvaal Daisy)

Flori Line® midi pink gerbera daisy is a tender herbaceous perennial that originates from southern Africa. This selection bears large pale pink daisies year-round (with peaks in late spring and late fall) above mounds of large, shallowly lobed, dark green leaves.

It prefers fertile, well drained soil and full sun. When cultivated in a greenhouse it grows best in a soil-based potting mix, cool ambient temperatures and filtered bright light. Plants are highly susceptible to whitefly, especially...

Image of Gerbera jamesonii photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Barberton Daisy, Gerbera Daisy, Transvaal Daisy)

Gerbera daisy is a favorite cutflower and tender perennial for containers and mixed beds. It is a South African native, so it grows best in places where summers are cool.

When growing conditions are favorable, it bears large daisies year-round (with peaks in late spring and late fall). These may be red, orange, yellow, white or pink and appear above evergreen mounds of large, shallowly lobed, dark green leaves. Flowers have very large centers, often in contrasting colors, that may be red, yellow,...