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Gaillardia

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Gaillardia flowers appear in early to mid-summer and last for many weeks. The daisy-like flowers are usually multi-colored with yellows reds and oranges.Perfect for containers blanket flowers are quite drought tolerant once they have a chance to become established. Gaillardias are also used for flower arrangements
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Gypsophila (perennial)

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(A) Low growing groudcover with trailing stems that can spread. Pink flowers start in late spring. Nice along paths among rocks or trailing over walls.(B) is taller with white flowers
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Gypsophila (annual)

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The Gypsophila is one of the daintiest of the old-fashioned flowers. The flowers themselves are tiny white or blush-white and the plants are covered with myriads of these blossoms all during the Summer. The plant grows 60 cm tall and the foliage is grass-like the stems are branched minutely and are wiry and the general appearance is filmy gauzy or misty white
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Geranium

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(A) Blue flowers and ground-covering leaves (B) Purple/violet flowers with dark purple veined petals. The leaves turn red in autum to give this plant a long lasting period of interest. (E)(F) Pink flowers from a mat-forming mound.

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Gaura

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(A) Pink blooms profusely through summer (B) Red blooms at 90cm (C) White blooms at 100 cm (D) Red blooms/dark leaves (E) Pink flowers on dark upright stems
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Gazania

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Colourful sunrays in yellows and reds burst above leathery green leaves. Loves dry sunny areas. Flowers close each night to reopen at daybreak.