What is the scientific name for the Gerbera daisy?

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The scientific name for Gerbera Daisy is Gerbera jamesonii and was named after Robert Jameson who was the first to discover it. The genus is native to South Africa and Swaziland and is useful as cut flowers, bedding plants as well as pot crops.
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Gerbera is the scientific name. Gerbera Jamesonii is the best.
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This actually depends on the type of daisy. An African Daisy is Arctotis hybrids, an English Daisy is Bellis perennis, a Gerber Daisy is Gerbera jamesonii. You ...
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