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Gaillardia Celebrations


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Great for wildlife
June - October
40cm x 35cm
Drought Tolerant
Fully Hardy

Gaillardia Celebrations is a vibrant and eye-catching perennial flower known for its stunning display of color and festive charm. This variety of Gaillardia, commonly known as Blanket Flower, features large, daisy-like blooms with a captivating blend of warm hues such as red, orange, and yellow. The flowers are adorned with striking patterns and have fringed petals, adding an extra touch of whimsy to their appearance.


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Gaillardias are easy to grow perennials with a long flowering period. Their common name is 'Blanket Flower' with good reason, as you will quite literally get a blanket of flowers all summer from this lovely perennial. Plants also set seed so you will get new plants appearing in the border. With their wonderfully hot colour mixes of reds, orange and yellow these plants look great in a pot or in the front / middle of a mixed border. Bees and Butterflies love their large flowers too.

Planting Conditions

Gaillardia are very easy to grow, provided they are planted in full sun and well drained soil. Gaillardia Celebrations is a resilient plant that thrives in sunny locations and well-drained soil, making it a reliable choice for gardens and landscapes. Its long blooming period and ability to attract pollinators like bees and butterflies make it a popular option for wildlife-friendly gardens.

Watering & Feeding

Water well to establish plant. In it's second year it should be fairly drought tolerant.

General Care

Dead head flowers to encourage more blooms and flowers will keep coming until Autumn!  Do not worry about feeding as poor soil seems to make Gaillardia produce more flowers.