Grow gerbera daisies by planting them in hummus-rich, well-drained soil in a location with bright sunlight and afternoon shade. Because gerbera daisies are perennials, plant them in containers and bring them indoors in a... More »

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The scientific name for the Gerbera daisy is Gerbera jamesonii. The namesake for the Gerbera daisy's scientific name is Robert Jameson, the Scotsman who discovered the plant. More »

Gerbera daisies are a perennial in zones 10 and 11, and they are an annual in every other hardiness zone, according to Better Homes and Gardens. They come in every color, except for true purples and true blues, and thriv... More »

Wild American ginseng can be grown in nearly any moist location with well-drained soil and 75 to 80 percent afternoon shade. Lattices may be used to filter direct sunlight in areas without tree cover. More »

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Grow a black lace elderberry bush by planting it in well-drained soil underneath direct sunlight, watering it regularly, fertilizing it twice a year and mulching it every spring. Prune the bush every few year to control ... More »

Grow large onions by choosing the right variety, planting in the right location, preparing the soil, planting the seeds, watering the plants and fertilizing the onions. Use onion seeds, a garden trowel, compost and ferti... More »

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Grow roses by choosing a location that receives plenty of sunlight, prepping the plants, preparing the soil, watering them regularly, mulching them, feeding them, pruning them and winterizing the plants. You need water, ... More »