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List of Gazania cultivars


This list of Gazania cultivars includes plant cultivars of the South African genus Gazania.

Cultivar Image Colour - petals Colour - centre Notes Reference
'Aztec' cream/maroon yellow [1]
'Aztec Queen' multi-coloured clumping [2]
'Burgundy' [3]
'Christopher Lloyd' rose green [4]
'Colorama' mixed [2]
'Copper King' orange, with markings [2]
'Cookei' deep orange/olive green yellow [5]
'Daybreak Bright Orange' orange yellow [6]
'Daybreak Garden Sun' yellow yellow [7]
'Daybreak Red Stripe' [8]
'Dorothy' yellow yellow [9]
'Fiesta Red' dark orange-red [2]
'Fire Emerald' various, emerald petal bases [2]
'Gold Rush' orange-yellow, brown basal spots [2]
'Michael' yellow yellow [10]
'Mini Star White' white, brown at base yellow [2]
'Mitzuwa Yellow' yellow [2]
'Moon Glow' yellow [2]
'Northbourne' yellow yellow [11]
'Sundance' (Sundance Mixed Hybrids) gold, bronze and white petals with contrasting stripe [4]
'Sunburst' orange yellow [2]
'Sunglow' yellow [2]
'Sun Gold' [12]
'Sunrise Yellow' yellow black [3]
Talent Series multicoloured [13]

See also

  • Lists of cultivars

References

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