Gazania | Treasure flowers | White


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Full Sun

Twice per day

Sandy, Dry, Well Drained


If you’re looking for a showy annual bloom in the sunny garden or the container, something you can just plant and forget about, try growing Gazanias.

What you get:

  • Potted plant (Plant + pot)
  • Free gift
  • Instruction card for plant care


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
Care Taking:Easy
Sunlight:Full Sun
Placement:Indoor, Outdoor
Bloom Time:Late spring and early summer
Soil:Sandy, Dry, Well Drained
Watering:Twice per day

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  • Expect the plant to reach 6 to 18 inches (15-46 cm.) in height and about the same in spread as it trails on the ground.
  • A clumping mound of grass-like foliage produces Gazania treasure flowers. This easy-to-grow bloom is tolerant of poor, dry or sandy soil.
  • Heat and salty spray don’t deter its growth or beautiful blossoms either, making it a perfect specimen for oceanfront growing.

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