The gazania flower, named after the 15th-century Greek-Italian scholar Theodorus of Gaza, is a low-maintenance South African annual that will brighten up your hard-to-landscape spaces. Narrow but variably-shaped, dandelion-like leaves (narrow spoon-shaped to lobed) are silvery green.
|Common Name:||Treasure flowers|
|Botanical Name:||Gazania rigens|
|Native To:||South African|
|Bloom Time:||Late spring and early summer|
|Soil:||Sandy, Dry, Well Drained|
|Watering:||Twice per day|