Gaura Plant. The gaura plant is a stunning shrub native to texas and mexico. Shorter than other gauras, it suits natural style plantings at the front.
The species and some cultivars are easily propagated by seed sown in spring or fall, and can also be propagated by division in spring (a challenge with the large root) or from basal cuttings taken in summer. Planting the gaura close together can prevent the roots and stems from becoming too leggy. They are best planted in the spring or fall.
It Is A Genus Of 20 Species That Is A Part Of The Primrose Family, Also Known As Onagraceae.
How large do gaura plants get? Gaura je posledná rastlina, ktorá zdobí jesennú záhradu, poslednú akord odchádzajúceho leta. It is a very pretty plant and can add to the beauty of any garden.
An Anomaly Of The Plant World, Gaura Not Only Tolerates Poor Growing Conditions But Actually Grows Better For It.
Gaura makes an excellent container plant, too. Zdá sa, aké sú jasné farby tu, keď je na prahu studenej zimy záhrada zmrznutá v očakávaní toho, že rok prichádza na nahradenie jesene. Gaura does well when planted in nearby clusters or planted around other perennial shrubs.
Planting The Gaura Close Together Can Prevent The Roots And Stems From Becoming Too Leggy.
76 rows gaura is a genus of flowering plants in the family onagraceae, native to north. @craighb, yes, that's definitely the right plant! Large varieties should be spaced 20 to 36 inches (50 to 90 cm) apart.
This Perennial Plant Produces Masses Of Pink Or White Flowers On Long Flower Stems.
Gauras are hardy in zones 5 through 8. In that case, i would just tidy up any straggly bits and when you can tell that there's new shoots, give it a good feed with slow release fertiliser. It has a long flowering season that lasts from early summer well into autumn.
Gaura’s Are Commonly Known As The Butterfly Bush, Bee Blossom, Angel Wings, Butterflies In The Wind Or Wand Flower.
Gaura is considered a perennial in those zones, but tends not to last as long as some hardy perennials. It’s a genus of about 20 species  that belongs to the onagraceae family (primrose). Gaura plants are perfect for quick and easy filling of gaps in beds and borders.