Gaillardia 'Bremen' is called cockade flower in Dutch and is a deciduous perennial with a compact upright shape. The plant has narrow, lance-shaped gray-green leaves and blooms profusely from June to September with bi-colored red-yellow ray florets with yellow-tipped sepals and a reddish-brown cone in the center. Gaillardia likes a position in full sun to light shade and does well in neutral, fertile soil. This plant is hardy, fairly drought tolerant, tolerates air pollution and sea wind and attracts numerous bees and butterflies. In less favorable growing conditions, Gaillardia 'Bremen' is susceptible to fungal diseases such as leaf spot and downy mildew.
Are sold per 4.
Price is for 4 pieces.