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 »

Place Gerbera daisies in a microwave-safe container with silica gel packets to dry them. They must be microwaved in short intervals until they are completely dry. More »

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 »

The scientific name for petunia is Petunia x hybrida. This plant is mostly used for ornamental purposes, given that it is found in a wide variety of colors, sizes and shapes. More »

The scientific name for the common sweet orange is Citrus sinensis. Varieties of bitter orange are known to scientists as Citrus aurantium, Citrus bigaradia, Citrus vulgaris and Aurantii pericarpium. There is no specific... More »

The scientific name for marigolds is Tagetes patula. Marigolds are an annual, herb plant that develops maroon, orange, red, mixed and cream-colored flowers and belongs to the Compositae family of plants. The plant is bel... More »

The scientific name for a mulberry tree depends on the species: a red mulberry is Morus rubra, a white mulberry is Morus alba and a black mulberry is Morus nigra. There is also a variant on white mulberry, Russian mulber... More »