Double Sunset Gaillardia
Antique, extra showy variety dating back to at least 1886. Formerly known as double sunset gaillardia. An extra-terrestrial take on our favorite pollinator-friendly prairie flower. Blooms have quilled double petals in fabulous mixed colors. (Some single blooms, too) This heat-tolerant, long-season blooming native North American wildflower is equally at home in the border or freely sown as a wild flower. Makes an exemplary cut flower.
Lollipop Mix Gaillardia
Add a touch of warmth to the color palette with this breathtaking mix of sunset red, gold, and yellow. The lollipop mix is a delightful frilly petaled mix, a perfect self-seeding annual that is heat and drought tolerant, and thrives in poor soil. Long stems make this an ideal cutting flower for an impressive vase. Gaillardia is native to North America, making it an ideal choice as a low maintenance and showy wildflower. Most importantly, our pollinators in peril will thank you for planting it; the large disks make the most inviting landing pad for beleaguered butterflies, who will be grateful for the nutritious nectar feast!