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A sort of daisy that looks quite vibrant and colorful is the gerbera plant. These are ideal for bringing a positive energy to your s...

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    • Gerbera (Any Color) – Plant - Shop now at Trigart Flower Nursery
      • Partial sunlight needed
      • Moderate watering
      • Loamy soil required
      • Temperature of 20 to 30 degree C.
      • Apply balanced liquid fertilizer.
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      Gerbera (Any Color) – Plant

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      349.00
    • Gerbera (Yellow) – Plant - Shop now at Trigart Flower Nursery
      • Six hours or so of sunlight each day.
      • Water well, then wait one inch before watering again.
      • The optimum soil for growing Gerbera flowers is somewhat sandy, well-drained soil.
      • 55-75 F/13-24 C is a comfortable temperature.
      • While in bloom, feed every two weeks with a balanced liquid fertilizer.
      Gerbera Plants

      Gerbera (Yellow) – Plant

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      349.00
    • Gerbera (White) – Plant - Shop now at Trigart Flower Nursery
      • Approximately six hours of sunlight per day.
      • After a good irrigation, wait an inch of top soil to dry before watering once again.
      • Gerbera flower cultivation requires somewhat sandy and well-drained soil.
      • Comfortable temperatures range from 55F to 75F.
      • Every two weeks when in bloom, feed with a balanced liquid fertilizer.
      Gerbera Plants

      Gerbera (White) – Plant

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      349.00
    • Gerbera (Red) – Plant - Shop now at Trigart Flower Nursery
      • Six hours of sunlight each day.
      • Wait its top to dry out before watering again after a thorough irrigation.
      • Growing gerbera flowers demands a well-drained soil.
      • The ideal temperature is between 55F and 75F.
      • When in bloom, fertilize every two weeks with a balanced liquid fertilizer.
      Gerbera Plants

      Gerbera (Red) – Plant

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      349.00
    • Gerbera (Orange) – Plant - Shop now at Trigart Flower Nursery
      • Approximately six hours of sunlight per day.
      • After a good irrigation, wait before watering once again.
      • Gerbera flower cultivation requires somewhat sandy and well-drained soil.
      • Comfortable temperatures range from 55 to 75 F (13 to 24 C).
      • Every two weeks when in bloom, feed with a balanced liquid fertilizer.
      Gerbera Plants

      Gerbera (Orange) – Plant

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      310.00

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    Gerbera Plants

    A sort of daisy that looks quite vibrant and colorful is the gerbera plant. These are ideal for bringing a positive energy to your space. The most popular varieties of daisies are pink, yellow, white, orange, and many others.

    These stunning creatures, which come in a variety of sizes and shapes, are native to South Africa. There are 2 to 5 inches of these blossoms. There are even more hybrid forms of these plants.

    Because of its vivid, happy daisy-like blossoms, gerbera daisies (Gerbera jamesonii) are well-liked. Their blossoms range in size from 2 to 5 inches (2 to 13 cm) broad and appear in a variety of colors, including pink, yellow, salmon, orange, and white. There are several colors and bloom shapes for gerbera daisy variations.

    Guide to Grow
    Gerbera plants can be grown in a variety of methods. These plants can be grown from seeds, seedlings, or even division. One of the most economical ways to cultivate this plant is from seeds, but you must develop them as rapidly as you can or they may lose their effectiveness.

    However, one of the most time-tested and practical approaches is to cultivate gerbera plants from seedlings or divisions. The taller portions of this plant must be pruned, and you should try to replant the lower portions.

    How to Plant
    Gerbera plants thrive in full sandy, well-drained soil. Even a small amount of compost can be added to ensure the best blooms blossom. Keep them in filtered sunlight at all times. These plants thrive during the summer.

    Additionally, as they are particularly vulnerable to fungus sprays, try to use certain insecticides frequently. You can also use fish or mushroom emulsion.

     

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