Clumping Gazania


Clumping Gazania

Gazania rigens var. rigens

Scientific name

It is a spreading, low-growing, half-hardy perennial, growing to 50 cm (20 in) tall and wide, with blue-grey (or green) foliage and brilliant yellow, daisy-like composite flowerheads throughout the summer.

This variety is only found in cultivation, where it is known as clumping gazania. It is distinguished by its large 4- to 8-cm flower heads with yellow or orange rays, each with a basal eye-spot.

References and further reading

PlantZAfrica profile »

Wikipedia page »

We currently have no seeds of this species in our seedbanks. Do you have any seeds or do you know where we can get some? Get in touch!
Nursery Quantity
Arundel Nursery 71
Taringana's Nursery 54
Total 125

This table below shows how many plants we are trying to obtain for this species.

Site Area Quantity
Site #80 Rosebank 400
Total 400

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Important characteristics

Conservation status: Least Concern

This species was selected because it has various important characteristics.

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