Gerbera Flowers

Gerbera Flowers

Gerbera Flower Facts


Transvaal daisy, as is commonly known..


Gerbera are little hairs on the stem act as gerbera?s leaves‚ so if they are put in very deep water‚ the flowers effectively drown!


South Africa




This Flowers are Availble in Spring‚Summer‚winter

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  • Gerebera flowers belong to the sun flowers family and are known for their ornamental value.
  • It is a perennial plant, native of South Africa and is popularly known as the African daisy.
  • It is a very popular cut flower used in floral decorations of all types.
  • It is second only to carnations and roses and are available in an array of colors.
  • In addition to beauty, these flowers symbolize innocence and cheer.
  • Gerberas have a long vase life and are hence popularly cultivated by floriculturists worldwide.
  • They are large flowers with long stalks and hence can be used for landscaping too.
  • The flower itself spans about 7inches in diameter with long and thin petals (actually florets).
  • They are available as single, double, crested doubles and full crested doubles.
  • Gerberas may be propagated through seeds available at all floral supplies stores.
  • Sow them in small pots and keep the soil moist with proper draining system.