gaillardia

IPA: gˈeɪɫˈɑrdiʌ

noun

  • Any of several New World flowering plants of the genus Gaillardia

Examples of "gaillardia" in Sentences

  • There are more than two dozen known species of Gaillardia.
  • There are more than two dozen known species of 'Gaillardia'.
  • I really need to add some gaillardia to my garden next summer.
  • The colors are like gaillardia, but the flowers are smaller and more delicate.
  • No wind, morning light, blue fescue and gaillardia ‘Goblin’ complete the scene.
  • Your gaillardia/kale combo reminds me of my gaillardia/artemesia combo, Frances.
  • I love the yellow gaillardia but have trouble getting them going here for some reason.
  • Tall phlox, asters, butterfly bushes gaillardia, salvias and good old annuals will have to do it.
  • Thanks for the kind words, the festuca and gaillardia are actually in the ground, it is a combination that loves the heat of summer and gives good color all year.
  • The brilliant orangy-gold of the gaillardia goes so nicely with the two shades of blue - dark 'Black and Blue' sage (middle-left) and caryopteris 'Worchester Gold' (back-right) - mix very nicely.
  • Plant species from the Asteraceae or daisy family such as gaillardia, cosmos, coreopsis and beach sunflower as well as ornamental grasses, and allow the flowers to go to seed to attract these gaudy birds to your landscape.

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