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Flowers Index - Barberton Daisy

Barberton Daisy Info

Barberton Daisy (Gerbera Jamesonii ) can be a successful landscape plant as its vibrant colours and rich green foliage produce appealing results when grouped in beds. It grows in the Northern Province of Africa.
The dominant colours are red orange, yellow and pink. They should be planted in shady spots. The best results are found in mild temperature areas where minimum night temperatures are higher than 6 degrees Celsius.
Gerberas are not affected by maximum temperatures and can tolerate harsh sunlight. The shape of the flower head varies greatly. The Daisy family is one of the largest plant families in the world, with over 23 000 species.

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