When Do Gerber Daisies Bloom?

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Gerber Daises generally bloom in the early summer. Blooming may occur for up to six weeks. Adverse living conditions may affect the plants ability to bloom.
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Native to South Africa, Gerber daisies are perennial in tropical climates. They are considered annuals in climates that experience winter but will bloom during warm summer months
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summer til frost they need full sun.
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Gerber or gerbera daisies bloom almost anytime of the year if grown in the right conditions. They originally came from South Africa and are popular for their large blossoms that come
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YES! Keeping them deadheaded will keep them blooming. Keep gerberas hydrated but don't over water - these plants like well drained soil.
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When Do Gerber Daisies Bloom?
A mature Gerber daisy plant may bloom for up to 6 weeks when kept indoors. But getting these plants to a point of maturity can take some time. When propagated from seed, the average Gerber daisy plant may take up to 6 months to reach blooming stage. ... More »
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