Gazania Sunset Jane

Category: Gazania
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PBR Name: Sugaja
Sunset Jane is a clumping-style of plant with large, dark honey coloured, double flowers that contrast beautifully against grey-green foliage. Recommended by the Nursery & Garden Industry of NSW/ACT as a non-invasive alternative to seed-grown Gazania.
Height to 30cm
Width to 40cm

Able to handle many soil types and look best when planted in multiples. Select a sunny position and space at about 40cm intervals, slightly more for Sahara.
These drought tolerant plants rarely need supplementary watering above that of natural rainfall. Of course, all plants need water, so it’s a good idea to water the plants as they are budding up, plus, in the heat of mid-summer.
Feed them with a small amount of a general purpose controlled release fertiliser in spring and autumn.
Occasionally remove spent flower heads if desired and that about all you need to worry about. Summer is a good time to do this.
Pests and Diseases
Gazania has no major pest or disease issues.

Exempt from the declaration of gazania in South Australia and is legal to be sold in South Australia.
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Tolerances Salt Tolerant (Coastal), Drought Tolerant, Light Frost Tolerant
Position Full Sun, Full Sun/Part Shade
Use Border, Garden, Ground Cover, Landscape, Pots & Tubs, Retaining Walls
PBR Information Unauthorised commercial propagation or any sale, conditioning, export, import or stocking of propagating material of this variety is an infingement under the Plant Breeders Rights Act, 1994.


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