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GAILLARDIA A fine Native American plant Gaillardia is native from western Canada south to New Mexico. There are actually 20 or so species but the garden forms are all hybrids or selections of G. aristata. It will bloom for months and months producing a seemingly endless supply of large brightly colored daisies. It is best on dry sandy soils and will recover from damage if even a scrap of root is still alive propagating readily from root cuttings if you wish clonal material or easily from seed if you want some variation. We are pleased to offer the following forms.



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Gypsophila briquetiana

Gypsophila briquetiana

Forming broad intricately branched cushions densely clad in glabrous fleshy three edged (triquetrous) leaves; briquetiana is endemic to limestone cliffs in Turkey and central Armenia at altitudes between 1,700 and 2,500m. Flowers are quite large, white, or pale pink, with distinctive purple veining atop 2-8cm stems.____ZONE 4
$12.00

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Gypsophila libonotica

Gypsophila libonotica

Obscure and rarely seen little species, flowers are white to pale pink, Lebanon.____ZONE 4
$8.00

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Gypsophila repens 'Filou Rose'

Gypsophila repens 'Filou Rose'

Gypsophila repens 'Filou Pink' All the great attributes of the other selections of this species incredibly long bloom on a flat ground cover or trailer, but with flowers in a cheerful shade of pink. Zone 5, at least
$12.00

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Gypsophila repens rosea

Gypsophila repens rosea

Another pink selection of this great, tough species. A little lighter color than 'Filou Rose' and seeing them side-by-side in our new trial beds, seems to be the most compact grower of the selections of this species we have. Zone 4.
$12.00

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