blanket flower

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Related to blanket flower: Gaillardia pulchella, gaillardia
  • noun

Synonyms for blanket flower

annual of central United States having showy long-stalked yellow flower heads marked with scarlet or purple in the center

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ABOVE Blanket flower (Gaillardia) features gorgeous golden tips and requires moderate water.
sulphureus), blanket flower, sunflower and black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia hirta) - were also visited by Melissodes species, a taxonomic relative of S.
Common ornamentals and bedding plants recommended for a butterfly garden include lantana, hebe, spiraea, gloriosa daisy, coreopsis, cosmos, scabiosa, marigold, delphinium, blanket flower, wallflower, lobelia, sweet alyssum, and the many sages (Salvia species).
A patch of blanket flower (Gaillardia grandiflora) in Woodland Hills has continued to flower abundantly through the winter; the colder it gets, the more gloriously the yellows and reds of the blanket flower seem to glow.
Your best bet is Gaillardia grandiflora, the blanket flower.
Rudbeckia hirta Plant with blanket flower, 'Coronation Gold' Black-eyed Susan yarrow, and Salvia farinacea.
A California native daisy that should be more widely planted is Gaillardia grandiflora, the blanket flower.
PERENNIALS: Alstroemeria, aster, begonia, blanket flower, brachycome, campanula, coreopsis, cranesbill, daylily, dianthus, diascia, gaura, Jerusalem sage, Nemesia fruticans, Origanum, penstemon, purple coneflower, Rudbeckia, Russian sage, Santa Barbara daisy, scabiosa, silene, statice, summer phlox, Tagetes lemmonii.
Pinch or snip off blossoms of blanket flower and pincushion flower one at a time.
This 10- by 75-foot prairielike section combines blue grama grass (Bouteloua gracilis) with perennials, including blanket flower (Gaillardia grandiflora), butterfly weed (Asclepias tuberosa), Penstemon barbatus, and Thelesperma filifolium.
The low-water-use zone, featuring blanket flower and daylily, required 12 inches.
Warm-toned yellow, orange, and red flowers, like those of blanket flower (Gaillardia grandiflora), also complement the dry look of the grass's seed heads.
These include geraniums, blanket flowers, sunflowers, marigolds, zinnias, salvias, and black-eyed Susans.
Free-flowing flocks of Black-eyed Susans and Blanket Flowers are a far cry from the typical landscaping generally associated with a large-scale industrial site.
A few roadside black-eyed Susans and blanket flowers and gay feathers were transplanted that first summer.