Gerbera Daisy (Gerbera spp.)
Gerbera Daisy Plant FeaturesGerbera daisy is versatile enough to work just as well as a garden plant as it is a florist favorite. In fact, it's one of the most popular flowers across the globe. With big, colorful flowers in a host of cool and hot colors, there's a gerbera daisy that fits almost any situation. Plus, some of the flowers can grow 12 to 15 inches in diameter. That's pretty amazing! Gerbera daisy is a tender perennial. That means it will overwinter in the garden in the southern part of the country and act as an annual up north. Gerbera daisy grows 6 to 18 inches tall. Zones 8-11
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Gerbera Daisy Growing InstructionsGerbera daisy prefers a partially shady location and rich, slightly moist soil. They don't like super-hot weather so try to keep them out of direct summer sun. Clip the flowers as they fade to encourage more blooms. Water whenever the soil feels dry to the touch.
Gerbera daisy is not recommended for human or animal consumption.
Medium water needs
Outside: Part sun
Complement your Gerbera DaisyCaladium
The bold foliage of Caladium teams well with the equally bold flowers of Gerbera Daisy.
Because Bacopa will grow in light shade, it's a perfect partner for Gerbera Daisy.
The silver foliage of Dusty Miller contrasts nicely with the huge, colorful flowers of Gerbera Daisy.