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Gaillardia aristata Bijou

seeds of Galtonia candicans Spire Lily  or Summer hyacinth. Fragrant, bell-shaped white flowers, tinged with green, and strap type foliage make this plant perfect in the late summer garden. Grow in fertile, well-drained soil that is reliably moist in spring and summer. Full sun. Overwinter in a cool greenhouse or mulch deeply in areas with harsh winters.  Growing 3-6 feet in zones 7-10.
Gaillardia aristata Bijou

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Seeds Gaillardia aristata Bijou. The very shortest of the Gaillardias. Useful, dwarf form with dazzling daisy-like flowers in hot yellow, orange and red. Long bloom season and petite stature make them well-suited for containers. The showy blooms cover the top of this plant all season long. Heat tolerant. Thrives in poor soils. Evergreen perennial. Zones 3 to 9.



Galtonia candicans Spire Lily

seeds of Galtonia candicans Spire Lily  or Summer hyacinth. Fragrant, bell-shaped white flowers, tinged with green, and strap type foliage make this plant perfect in the late summer garden. Grow in fertile, well-drained soil that is reliably moist in spring and summer. Full sun. Overwinter in a cool greenhouse or mulch deeply in areas with harsh winters.  Growing 3-6 feet in zones 7-10. seeds of Galtonia candicans Spire Lily  or Summer hyacinth. Fragrant, bell-shaped white flowers, tinged with green, and strap type foliage make this plant perfect in the late summer garden. Grow in fertile, well-drained soil that is reliably moist in spring and summer. Full sun. Overwinter in a cool greenhouse or mulch deeply in areas with harsh winters.  Growing 3-6 feet in zones 7-10.
Galtonia candicans Spire Lily

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Seeds from Galtonia candicans Spire Lily or Summer hyacinth. Fragrant, bell-shaped white flowers, tinged with green, and strap type foliage make this plant perfect in the late summer garden. Grow in fertile, well-drained soil that is reliably moist in spring and summer. Full sun. Overwinter in a cool greenhouse or mulch deeply in areas with harsh winters. Growing 3-6 feet in zones 7 to 10.



Gaura biennis or Biennial gaura

seeds of Gaura biennis or Biennial gaura. A biennial plant that grows 4-6' when mature, branching frequently on top to produce long flowering stems. The angular stems are covered with white hairs that are soft and long.  The light green leaves are 5" long and 1?" across when full-sized. They usually alternate along the stems, but sometimes occur in whorls where a new stem emerges from an older stem. The leaves have very short or no petioles, are lanceolate or ovate in shape, and have margins that are smooth or slightly dentate. The leaves usually turn red during late summer or fall. The numerous small flowers are usually light pink, but are sometimes white or reddish pink, depending on their maturity. They have a slight fragrance. Zones 4a-8b. seeds of Gaura biennis or Biennial gaura. A biennial plant that grows 4-6' when mature, branching frequently on top to produce long flowering stems. The angular stems are covered with white hairs that are soft and long.  The light green leaves are 5" long and 1?" across when full-sized. They usually alternate along the stems, but sometimes occur in whorls where a new stem emerges from an older stem. The leaves have very short or no petioles, are lanceolate or ovate in shape, and have margins that are smooth or slightly dentate. The leaves usually turn red during late summer or fall. The numerous small flowers are usually light pink, but are sometimes white or reddish pink, depending on their maturity. They have a slight fragrance. Zones 4a-8b.
Gaura biennis or Biennial gaura

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Seeds from Gaura biennis or Biennial gaura. A biennial plant that grows 4-6' when mature, branching frequently on top to produce long flowering stems. The angular stems are covered with white hairs that are soft and long. The light green leaves are 5" long and 1½" across when full-sized. They usually alternate along the stems, but sometimes occur in whorls where a new stem emerges from an older stem. The leaves have very short or no petioles, are lanceolate or ovate in shape, and have margins that are smooth or slightly dentate. The leaves usually turn red during late summer or fall. The numerous small flowers are usually light pink, but are sometimes white or reddish pink, depending on their maturity. They have a slight fragrance. Zones 4a-8b.



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