A Home for Terrace Gardener's
Discover the art of planting and caring for Gaillardia to invite a vibrant tapestry of color into your garden. For potted specimens, opt for a spring planting using a blend of earth and geranium soil mix. Choose a sun-kissed spot for optimal blooming, maintaining 16 to 20 inches of space between plants. Gaillardia, adaptable to various soils, flourishes best in well-drained, light soil. Consider direct sowing in May or June for a seamless experience – collect seeds from wilted capitulum pods, store them dry through winter, and sow anew in spring for guaranteed results. As a perennial in warmer climates or an annual in colder regions, Gaillardia thrives with granulated flower plant fertilizer in spring. Prune at the end of summer to ensure robust blooming in the following year or after fall blooming in November. This hardy perennial paints gardens with radiant red and yellow hues, complementing surrounding greens in beds, edges, boxes, terraces, and balconies. Remember, some varieties may not return after winter due to freezing.
With a Passion to bring Terrace garden to every house hold i have come up with this website which would cater to the needs of every terrace garden enthusiast. I wanted to make this website one stop shop for all the Terrace gardener. We sell the seeds which are been harvested from our terrace Garden or collected from farmers.