Gaillardia /ɡeɪˈlɑrdiə/, the blanket flowers, is a genus of flowering plants in the sunflower family, Asteraceae, native to North and South America. It was named after an M. Gaillard de Charentonneau, an 18th-century French magistrate who was a patron of botany. The common name may refer to the resemblance of the inflorescence to the brightly patterned blankets made by Native Americans, or to the ability of wild taxa to blanket the ground with colonies.
Coreopsis 'Pink Sapphire' - 'Pink Sapphire' was picked for its hardiness and its electric pink flower color. Large, purple pink flowers with white eyes cover this upright, low growing Coreopsis for over 5 months. No need to clean up after the flowers as all of the Terra Nova® Coreopsis are self-cleaning.
Achillea Angel's Breath. H 2'. A prolific flowering carefree plant. Sprays of pure double-white flowers in late spring are produced over a long period. Finely toothed foliage is dark green. Flowers of Achillea Angel's Breath resemble Gypsophila. -