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James H. Schutte

(Fanfare Blanketflower, Perennial Blanketflower)

If you want a vigorous perennial that’s sure to shine all summer then look no further. The bright and colorful ‘Fanfare’ is your plant. This hybrid of the North American natives Gaillardia aristata and Gaillardia pulchella, is a super selection due to its compact habit and brilliant daisy-like blooms with fluted or trumpet-shaped petals of orange-red dipped in gold. These have maroon centers and are highly attractive to butterflies.

Plants produce mounds of green, slightly hairy...

(Perennial Blanketflower)

This new perennial Gaillardia offers many large golden orange blooms above compact clumps of coarse, hairy green leaves. It is well-branched, floriferous and robust. Like all Gaillardia x grandiflora it arose from a hybrid cross between Gaillardia aristata and Gaillardia pulchella.

Its flowers generally appear from late spring to frost, with regular deadheading. The daisies are produced on wiry stems above the foliage and have centers (disc flowers)...

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James H. Schutte

(Goblin 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. The popular dwarf 'Goblin' features showy daisy-like flowers with fiery red, yellow-tipped, petals surrounding a maroon central cone. The flowers are borne on short stems above mounds of light-green, hairy foliage.

Blanketflower is...

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Jesse Saylor

(Blanketflower, Golden Goblin 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 'Golden Goblin' blanketflower begins to produce daisy-like flowers of deep golden yellow. These have darker-colored golden yellow centers and are attractive...

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Jessie Keith

(Oranges and Lemons Blanketflower, Perennial Blanketflower)

Probably the brightest and most cheerful of the blanketflowers, ‘Oranges and Lemons’ is a vigorous, bushy cultivar with tangerine orange and lemon yellow blooms.

Plants produce mounds of green, slightly hairy foliage in spring. By early summer they begin to produce fiery, daisy-like flowers that are attractive to butterflies. Regular deadheading will encourage fresh blooms from summer into late fall.

This vigorous, long-blooming, hardy perennial is both heat-loving and drought tolerant. It...

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PlantHaven

(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. Blanketflower 'Summers Kiss' produces mounds of soft green, slightly hairy foliage in spring. By early summer they begin to bloom with daisy-like, apricot flowers blushed with golden orange. These have darker-colored gold centers and are attractive...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Perennial Blanketflower, Torchlight 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....

Image of Gaillardia x grandiflora (ARIZONA SERIES) photo by: Ernst Benary® Inc.

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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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Galanthus)

Pendent snowy blooms and relatively broad leaves with a silvery midstripe make this small bulbous perennial a real attention getter in the late winter garden. Nodding from a slender arching stem ("pedicel") atop an ankle-high scape, the solitary, white, honey-scented flower has six petal-like segments in two whorls. The three spoon-shaped outer segments draw back in warm weather to reveal the three much smaller inner segments, which form a tube-like structure. The inner segments have notched tips...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Giant Snowdrop)

Giant snowdrops are very-early blooming, bulbous perennials, native to southeastern Europe. They produce honey-scented, pendant flowers in winter, often through the snow. White flowers marked with green inner tepals emerge on slender stems from a basal clump of twisted, lance-shaped, dark green leaves. The giant snowdrop is better suited to mild winter climates than the common snowdrop. The bulbs are poisonous if eaten.

Snowdrops couldn’t be easier or more rewarding to grow. Plant the bulbs in...