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Gazania are one of the hardiest groundcovers available for use in harsh conditions in South East Queensland. The hardiest till now has been the Gazania rigens species that have a heavier stem and flowers in yellow, white, and mauve. These have been joined by newer species including tomentosa varieties that are proving just as hardy but with a wider range of colo5urs within shades of Yellow, pink and white.

Gazania rigens

Gazania Rigen Yellow Gazania Rigen Yellow

Gazania Yellow

 - Gazania is a perennial daisy with leaves varying 5-10 cm long by 3-20 mm wide with dark green on the upper surface and white-hairy on the lower surface. The colourful flower heads vary from yellow to white or pink and are 5-9 cm across.
Gazania Rigen Pink Gazania Rigen Pink

Gazania Pink -

 Gazania is a perennial daisy with leaves varying 5-10 cm long by 3-20 mm wide with dark green on the upper surface and white-hairy on the lower surface. The colourful flower heads vary from yellow to white or pink and are 5-9 cm across.
Gazania Rigen White Gazania Rigen White

Gazania White -

 Gazania is a perennial daisy with leaves varying 5-10 cm long by 3-20 mm wide with dark green on the upper surface and white-hairy on the lower surface. The colourful flower heads vary from yellow to white or pink and are 5-9 cm across.

GAZANIA ZANYA®ORANGE

  Gazania zanya 
Gazania®orange - This is a new hybrid form of Gazania that . It features bright orange flowers in tight groups. Like all rigens form these are non seeding.

Gazania Zanza®Orange‘flogazora’PBR

COMING IN FEBRUARY 2016

GAZANIA ZANYA® ‘Lemon Cream’.

gazania  Gazania rigens 

ZANYA® ‘Lemon Cream’

 - This is a new hybrid form of Gazania that will be released in 2 months. It features warm gold in the center of the flower and cream edges. The ones in the photo have survived through the hot spring and summer months and are flourishing. Like all rigens form these are non seeding.