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Amber Wheels gaillardia. Huge golden flowers with amber-red centers. Plants grow 2.5-3 feet tall. Garden perennial

Amber Wheels Blanket Flower Gaillardia 'Amber Wheels' Item USDA Hardiness Zone: 4 - 9 Produces an abundance of large flowers with fri.

Gallardia a.k.a. Blanket Flower is used for dry, sunny areas.

Blanket Flower – Daisy-like flowers are red with yellow margins. Plants grow 10 to 14 inches tall with gray-green, hairy leaves. Grows best in full sun in well-drained soil. Photo shown: Gaillardia xgrandiflora ‘Kobold’.

Tuscan Sun, Heliopsis  Perennial Sunflower, Receipe calls for 2, probaly should be 4

'Tuscan Sun' - Perennial Sunflower - Heliopsis hybrid

Tuscan Sun, Heliopsis Perennial Sunflower, Receipe calls for probaly should be 4

GAILLARDIA ’Aurea Pura’  (Gaillarde) : Longue floraison éclatante, tout l’été. Peu exigeantes, elles préfèrent les sols poreux et supportent la sécheresse. Grandes fleurs jaune pur.

GAILLARDIA ’Aurea Pura’ (Gaillarde) : Longue floraison éclatante, tout l’été. Peu exigeantes, elles préfèrent les sols poreux et supportent la sécheresse. Grandes fleurs jaune pur.

Red Penstemon (Penstemon barbatus 'Coccineus') likes full sun, and will grow to 4 feet tall in zones 4-9. A favorite with Hummingbirds).

Red Penstemon (Penstemon barbatus 'Coccineus') likes full sun, and will grow to 4 feet tall in zones A favorite with Hummingbirds).

Echinacea x hybrida 'Magic Box' Coneflower  Flowers July-Sept. Full sun.  	     			  				Hardy Perennial

Echinacea x hybrida 'Magic Box' Coneflower Flowers July-Sept. Hardy Perennial for windowboxes

Gazania krebsiana ‘Scarlet Tanager’ (Scarlet Tanager African Daisy) is a cold hardy perennial Gazania grown for its large, incredibly scarlet flowers that appear in in mid-spring and again in the fall after the heat of summer is over.

Gazania krebsiana ‘Scarlet Tanager’ (Scarlet Tanager African Daisy) is a cold hardy perennial Gazania grown for its large, incredibly scarlet flowers that appear in in mid-spring and again in the fall after the heat of summer is over.

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