Daisy (Gerbera jamesonii)
Gerbera Daisy is are very hardy plant flowers
and are not bothered my many pests. These Daisy plants
come in a wide varieties of colors and hybrid colors.
When selecting your Gerbera Daisy select a plant that is
grown in a 6-inch or 1-gallon container. Also look for
signs of new growth, which can be a good sign of a healthy
Gerbera Daisy should be kept well pruned of all
dead leaves and flowers to prevent any pest or fungus
growth. When pruning any spent flowers, move the
flowers at the base of the plant An effective
way to water a Gerbera Daisy plant is to place the potted
plant into a shallow pan of water and allow the plant to
draw up the water. Plants Should be kept in bright
A Gerbera Daisy flower can live
up to 14 in a vase. In order to prolong the cut flower
vase life, every 4-5 days the water should be rinsed out of
the vase, cleaned, and the stem of the flower should be cut.
Gerbera Daisy can be propagated through seeds.
A home grower could try this method but if it fails it is
recommended to buy a new plant.
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