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Image of Gaillardia aristata (SUNBURST SERIES) photo by: Syngenta

Syngenta

(Common Blanketflower, Sunburst Blanketflower)

Grown for their spring-to-fall succession of large bright daisy-like blooms, blanket flowers are clump-forming, rangy, herbaceous perennials native to central North America. Comprising five cultivars, the Sunburst Series has been bred for profuse flowering and more compact plants that do not need staking. Borne singly on relatively short stems, the flowers come in various shades and combinations of yellow and burgundy. The large, hairy, broadly lance-shaped leaves are often lobed.

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Image of Gaillardia x grandiflora photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Perennial Blanketflower)

Commonly known as blanketflower, Gaillardia x grandiflora is a hybrid of the North American natives Gaillardia aristata and Gaillardia pulchella. This vigorous, long-blooming, hardy perennial is both heat-loving and drought tolerant. Plants produce mounds of soft green, slightly hairy foliage in spring. By early summer they begin to produce daisy-like flowers in fiery tones of orange-red with yellow tips. These have darker-colored centers and are attractive to butterflies....

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James H. Schutte

(Amber Wheels Blanketflower, Perennial Blanketflower)

Commonly known as blanketflower, Gaillardia x grandiflora is a hybrid of the North American natives Gaillardia aristata and Gaillardia pulchella. This vigorous, long-blooming, hardy perennial is both heat-loving and drought tolerant. Plants produce mounds of soft green, slightly hairy foliage in spring. By early summer they begin to produce daisy-like flowers which are attractive to butterflies. Gaillardia ‘Amber Wheels’ has large flowers with frilly, gold-yellow petals...

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Jesse Saylor

(Perennial Blanketflower)

Commonly known as blanketflower, Gaillardia x grandiflora is a hybrid of the North American natives Gaillardia aristata and Gaillardia pulchella. This vigorous, long-blooming, hardy perennial is both heat-loving and drought tolerant. Plants produce mounds of soft green, slightly hairy foliage in spring. By early summer they begin to produce daisy-like flowers in fiery tones of orange-red with yellow tips. These have darker-colored centers and are attractive to butterflies....

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Perennial Blanketflower)

Commonly known as blanketflower, Gaillardia x grandiflora is a hybrid of the North American natives Gaillardia aristata and Gaillardia pulchella. This vigorous, long-blooming, hardy perennial is both heat-loving and drought tolerant. Plants produce mounds of soft green, slightly hairy foliage in spring. By early summer they begin to produce daisy-like flowers in fiery tones of orange-red with yellow tips. These have darker-colored centers and are attractive to butterflies....

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James Burghardt

(Perennial Blanketflower)

Winner of the prestigious All-America Selections® award in 2005, ‘Arizona Sun’ displays masses of deep orange-red, yellow-tipped daisies from summer to fall atop vigorous, compact mounds of slightly hairy, deep green foliage. This hybrid was developed as a cross between the North American species Gaillardia aristata and Gaillardia pulchella, and is notable for its uniformity and free-flowering habit. Its bright blooms color the garden from early summer to fall if faded flowers...

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Yoder Brothers

(Perennial Blanketflower)

Commonly known as blanketflower, Gaillardia x grandiflora is a hybrid of the North American natives Gaillardia aristata and Gaillardia pulchella. This vigorous, long-blooming, hardy perennial is both heat-loving and drought tolerant. Plants produce mounds of soft green, slightly hairy foliage in spring. By early summer they begin to produce daisy-like flowers which are attractive to butterflies. Gaillardia 'Baby Cole' is a dwarf selection which bears red-petaled...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Burgundy Blanketflower, Perennial Blanketflower)

Commonly known as blanketflower, Gaillardia x grandiflora is a hybrid of the North American natives Gaillardia aristata and Gaillardia pulchella. It is a superior, heat-loving, herbaceous perennial which blooms from late spring until fall. Gaillardia 'Burgunder' features showy daisy-like flowers with deep, wine-red petals surrounding a maroon to green central cone. The flowers are borne on medium stems above mounds of light-green, hairy foliage.

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(Blanketflower, Butterscotch Bronze Blanketflower, Perennial Blanketflower)

Introduced by the PanAmerican Seed Company, Commonly known as blanketflower, Gaillardia x grandiflora is a hybrid of the North American natives Gaillardia aristata and Gaillardia pulchella. This vigorous, long-blooming, hardy perennial is both heat-loving and drought tolerant. Plants produce mounds of soft green, slightly hairy foliage in spring. By early summer they begin to produce daisy-like flowers in fiery tones of orange-red with yellow tips. These have darker-colored...

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Yoder Brothers

(Blanketflower, Perennial Blanketflower)

Commonly known as blanketflower, Gaillardia x grandiflora is a hybrid of the North American natives Gaillardia aristata and Gaillardia pulchella. Though blanketflower is short-lived, 'Dazzler' is long-blooming and both heat-loving and drought tolerant. Plants produce mounds of soft green, slightly hairy foliage in spring. By early summer blanketflower 'Dazzler' produces daisy-like flowers in fiery orange-red with yellow tips. They have darker-colored centers and are attractive...