Gaillardia a. 'Arizona Red'

Produces masses of large, crimson red blossoms from early summer all the way into early fall. Compact size and uniform habit.These perennials require little care once established.
Item #
05674
Keywords
GAILLARDIA, ARIZONA RED
Zone
3

Gaillardia a. 'Arizona Red'


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Produces masses of large, crimson red blossoms from early summer all the way into early fall. Compact size and uniform habit.These perennials require little care once established.

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