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any plant of the genus Gazania valued for their showy daisy flowers

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At first glance, you might mistake arctotis for gazania, except that arctotis grows taller and its flowers are larger than gazania blooms.
In Santa Clarita, you will have to water your grass every day during the summer, while the gazanias require much less frequent watering.
I love the gazanias (like South African daisies), spiky agaves, or the huge flaring flowers of the Brugsmanias, or `Angels Trumpets'.
For permanent plantings, try perennials like bearded iris, coreopsis, gazanias, gloriosa daisies, and sea lavender.
The pages are filled with colourful plants for the summer borders - cosmos, dahlias, gazanias, asters, rudbeckias, digitalis, stock, echinaceas, dierama, verbascum, veronica, delphiniums, campanulas - and so on.
2) Orange gazanias are part of a xeriscaped Antelope Valley yard done by Greenbee Nursery.
Use plants including ground covers) with individual root systems, rather than creeping types, like gazanias, whose diffuse root systems can't be effectively watered by drip.
For permanent plantings, try perennials such as bearded iris, coreopsis, gazanias, gloriosa daisies, and sea lavender.
We are talking about all those vibrant bedding plants such as French and African marigolds, lobelia, cleome, busy lizzies, petunias, zinnias, gazanias, cosmos, molucella, felicia, helichrysum, brachycome and amaranthus, all of which can be grown inexpensively from seed.
Gazanias, with their exotic, daisy-like flowers have become much more available in recent years, but only if sold in colour mixes.
If you get gazanias right, they are a wonderful, showy border plant with big, flashy blooms from mid-summer though to the end of autumn.
These make ideal plants over the winter months and, along with gazanias, can sit on the kitchen windowsill.
Although these gazanias are perennials, they are not fully hardy in Britain.