Dwarf Firewheel Seed Source - Knowledgebase Question

Plains, TX
Question by pmmcnabb
February 16, 2000
Is there such a thing as dwarf firewheel, and where can I get seed for it? When should it be planted?


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Answer from NGA
February 16, 2000

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Dwarf firewheel is the common name of Gaillardia, a perennial plant, often called Blanket Flower. The plants thrive in full sunshine, in average to moist soil. Seed should be sown in the autumn or in the early spring. Several varieties, including a dwarf hybrid, are available from Thompson & Morgan, PO Box 1308, Jackson, NJ 08527-0308.

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