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Gerbera (Gerbera jamesonii) are commonly grown for their bright and cheerful daisy-like flowers. They originate from South Africa and come in various sizes and colors including pink, yellow, salmon, orange and white, with flower sizes anywhere from 2 to 5 inches across.
Loamy Soil,Clay Sand Mix
Water Soluble Fertiliser, All Purpose Fertiliser
Every 10-11 Month
1. Plant Gerbera seeds in Spring after any frost has passed.
2. Areas with full to partial sun are best for growing and caring for these precious plants.
3. The best results for outdoor planning are areas where there’s mild temperature.
4. Gerberas aren’t affected by maximum temperatures so they endure harsh sunlight.
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1. Water regularly to make sure the soil stays evenly moist while they bloom. After blooming for the season, allow them to dry out slightly.
2. Remove lower leaves and replant immediately.
3. A little compost added at planting will encourage good flower growth.
1. Don’t water so much that soil becomes muddy or pools water at the bottom of a pot, and put in dark and damp areas
2. Don't over fertilize
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