About Plant The gazania flower, named after the 15th-century Greek-Italian scholar Theodorus of Gaza, is a warm weather perennial native to South Africa that is usually grown as an annual. It is a low-maintenance flower that is excellent for brightening up hard-to-landscape spaces. The look-at-me color spectrum available in gazanias may not blend into the look of a Victorian cottage garden, but butterflies will flock to these prolific summer bloomers. Gazania flowers are a member of the daisy family Asteraceae, genus Gazania. Also known as the treasure flower, gazanias will bounce back from light frosts. When grown in zones 9 to 11, they may perform as perennials.
PropagationSEED TYPE : Non-Hybrid, Open Pollinated And Non-GMO PLANT HEIGHT : Grows Up To 30-35 Cm High SPECIFICATIONS : Long Flowering Period, Suitable For Cut Flowers. Botanical Name Gazania rigens Common Names Treasure flower, African daisy Plant Type Warm-weather perennial, usually grown as an annual Mature Size 6 to 10 inches tall and 10 inches wide Sun Exposure Full sun Soil Type Sandy, dry, well-draining soil Soil pH Neutral (near 7.0 pH) but will tolerate acidic and alkaline soil Bloom Time Late spring and early summer Flower Color Red, orange, yellow, white, pink, variegated Hardiness Zones 9 to 10; grown as an annual elsewhere Native Area South Africa
|Easy to grow
|18-22 Degree C
|7 to 10 days
|Season to plant
|Aug,Sept,Oct or in Jan,Feb,March
To provide borders at Garden corners, Garden pathways, Garden .
To form flower beds in garden.
Great Choice For Pavement Gardens, Flower Beds And Hanging Planters .