While a few varieties originate in tropical Africa, most Gazanias are indigenous to South Africa. The Gazania is ideal for the waterwise garden. The plants always look good, but come into their own during the summer months when they flower continuously.
A fast spreading groundcover from South Africa that blooms for most of the growing season. The lustrous fuchsia-colored flowers are an improvement on Delosperma cooperi. During the winter the leaves remain turgid and green often tinged with purple. Perennial. Clay loam or sandy soils. USDA zones 4-9 up to 7000'.
Fire Spinner® (Delosperma ‘P001S’) is a Plant Select® introduction for 2012. Its ancestry traces to the Eastern Cape of South Africa and it has been extensively trialed in Colorado to gauge its suitability for our climate. Fire Spinner® thrives in rock gardens, borders, containers and landscape plantings. The showy flowers make it visible even from a distance.
Buttermilk Bran Rusks | Huletts Sugar --- A rusk is a hard, dry biscuit or a twice-baked bread. It is sometimes used as a baby teething food. In the United Kingdom, the name also refers to a wheat-based food additive.