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wanted: red gaillardia and/or red echinacea

Posted by kchaconas 6 Flemington NJ (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 14, 14 at 14:46

Hi gardeners, I'm looking for Red, as in Fire Engine Red or annual Salvia red, perennials. If any has any to split or even knows where to buy them not too far from Flemington NJ, please let me know.

In particular:
- Arizona Red Shades Gaillardia (aka blanket flower)
- Arizona Red Sun Gaillardia
- Red Plum Gaillardia

- Salsa Red Echinacea

I have called around and nobody in FLemington has them.

I have some white daisies to trade if you want some.

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RE: wanted: red gaillardia and/or red echinacea

Add Echinacea Sombrero Hot Coral to that list...stunner!

Here is a link that might be useful: pic of hot coral echinacea

RE: wanted: red gaillardia and/or red echinacea

Unbelievably, I found the Sombrero Hot Coral and Salsa Red at the Flemington Lowes today, 6/14/14! I am so pleased! There are still a good number left.

I had called and asked the garden center if they had it, but apparently the person manning the phone didn't know that echinacea is also called coneflower, which is what the front of the label says.

Glad I had to run up there for something else and decided to stop in. :)

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