Gerbera daisy plants require regular and seasonal pruning when grown as perennials. Use disinfected hand shears, and wipe them after each cut to prevent the spread of disease when cutting or pruning. Pruning typically ta... More »

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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Flamboyant Gerbera daisies produce large, colorful blossoms all year if they are properly cared for. You will need drip trays, fertilizer, pruning shears and pots with drainage holes. More »

Shasta daisies are perennial plants that benefit greatly from attentive deadheading and seasonal pruning. Pruning chores are done throughout the blooming season, beginning with propagation and ending with shearing. Hand ... More »

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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To thrive, Gerbera daisies require full sun and temperatures over 59 degrees Fahrenheit. The soil should be evenly moist, but not too wet, and this species of flower should be fertilized every 2 weeks with a micro-nutrie... More »

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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 »