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Can a Gerbera Daisy Be Planted Outside?

Can a Gerbera Daisy Be Planted Outside?

Can a Gerbera Daisy Be Planted Outside?. The Gerbera jamesonii, commonly known as the Gerbera Daisy, is one of the most popular cut flowers sold all over the world. Although they are normally seen potted, Gerbera Daisies may be planted outside in zones 9 through 11.

The Gerbera jamesonii, commonly known as the Gerbera Daisy, is one of the most popular cut flowers sold all over the world. Although they are normally seen potted, Gerbera Daisies may be planted outside in zones 9 through 11.
Care
Plant Gerbera Daisies in an area of your garden that will receive full sun. During the cooler months of November through May, water the plant only when the soil becomes "fairly dry." Plants grow best in temperatures around 75 degrees F. Avoid planting in areas that reach below 45 degrees F.
Pests
The aphid is the most common pest to attack Gerbera Daisies. Add ladybugs to your garden to curb the aphid population.
Disease
Avoid over-watering the Gerbera Daisy, as too much moisture can breed mildew.
Considerations
Avoid placing your plant in a shady area. Your plant will bloom the most amount of flowers when placed in full sun.
Natural Habitat
The Gerbera Daisy is considered a tropical perennial, and was first discovered in southern Africa.

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