Helenium autumnale Mariachi™ ‘Fuego’ PP 25, 977

Set your garden afire with these brilliant blooms

Common Name Fuego sneezeweed
Size 18-20" tall by 20-24" wide
USDA hardiness Zones 3-9
Sun / Shade Full sun
Soil Average garden soil
Moisture Moist, but well drained
Disease and Pests None known.
Landscape use Foundation plantings, specimens, mass plantings, commercial landscapes, front or middle of the border, urban gardens, containers
Market appeal / Uniqueness The color of the flowers on Fuego remind us of a fire dancing baton twirler on the beach - a common Mexican cultural performance. The swirling colors will enhance your summer garden.
Propagation Methods tissue culture, unrooted cuttings
Bloom Time June to September

Angela and Linda’s Garden Notes:

Brought to us from Arie Blom of AB-Cultivars  in The Netherlands, these new compact, bushy sneezeweed selections are sure to brighten any summer garden.  With selections in brilliant tomato red, fiery orange, glowing gold and sunshine yellow. Mexican culture came to mind. These plants come from the lab POTY virus free, so please replace your stock each year.

Fuego will set your garden afire with its orange and gold blooms.  Like little orange and gold tutus  spinning above the foliage, this fiery selection will bring happiness and bright colors to your summer garden border or in mixed containers on your balcony or patio.