Gardening,  Sprout Dispatch

A Favorite Native


Gaillardia pulchella, aka: Indian Blanket or Firewheel, is one of my favorite natives. It blooms for much of the year in warmer parts of Texas and other areas of the south. They’ve been blooming very well for the last few weeks and another patch of them we put in our main garden is about to start blooming as well. We just bought a hybrid variety that is mostly yellow at a nursery. I could probably get into Indian Blanket hybrid varieties and become a collector of these flowers like we have with Salvia.

I’m over at Sprout Dispatch today showing off what is growing in the vegetable garden. Come over and say hello!

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  • chel

    Those are gorgeous! I was looking at ordering some Gaillardia seeds earlier today, actually. (I haven’t made up my moind what seeds to get, only that I’m getting them at Park, from which I have never ordered from, but I hear is pretty good, even though it’s very expensive…)

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