PBR Name: Sahara
Sahara produces an abundance of doubled, bright yellow flowers atop dense grey foliage. This Gazania will provide a dense cover of foliage that acts as an excellent weed suppressant. Its a popular variety for mass plantings due to the amount of large, doubled flowers it produces and the cover it provides. The best part about this Gazania is that it's non-invasive. Unlike most Gazania varieties which produce seed and are considered a weed in many parts of the country.
Height to: 20cm
Width to: 80cm
Best planting time: Spring.
Flowering time: Regular flushes of flower throughout the year.
Foliage: Grey/green foliage with a compact growth habit. Quick, low growing foliage.
Optimum planting requirements: For good ground coverage plant at 45cm intervals.
Optimum climatic zones: Prefers areas that are not affected by humidity. Excellently suited to coastal regions.
Uses: Feature plant, mass plantings, roadside, playground,
Soil Type: Wide range of soil types, best in sandy, open soils.
Care: No maintenance required.
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|Use||Roadside, Slopes/Embankments, Playgrounds, Mass Plantings, Ground Cover, Soil Stabilization, Feature Plant|
|Optimum Position||Full Sun, Part Shade|
|Tolerant to:||Drought, Frost, Wind, Salty Soils, Sandy Soils, Clay Soils|
|Flowering||Autumn, Winter, Spring, Summer|
Gazania Sahara Information
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