GAILLARDIA ga-LARD-ia Zones 2-9 (Indian Blanket Flower)
Gaillardias are valuable for their free-flowering quality and for being quite drought resistant. They are slow to emerge in spring. We avoid varieties that are taller as they tend to flop and need staking.
GAGO G. 'Goblin' - A 3" red-orange daisy with gold margins. We've heard it called the Peach-pit Daisy due to the resemblance of the red center to a peach pit. Profuse bloom early June till frost if spent blooms removed regularly. 12" tall. Space 12". Spring or fall.