Gerbera Daisy Winter Hardiness?

Answer Gerbera daisies are some of the most exciting plants to experience during the summer and autumn because of their incredibly bright, saturated colors. Unfortunately, there are few zones where these ... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Gerbera Daisy Winter Hardiness

How do I winter a gerbera daisy?

OutdoorsGerbera daises are tropical flowers, so frost will kill them. If you live in a climate where temperatures stay above 50 degrees, you can keep them outside year round. Water sparingly during... Read More »

How do I dry a gerbera daisy?

Remove excess foliage from the gerbera daisies and cut the stems to preference, though no shorter than 6 inches.This helps the daisies keep their color as they dry. Decide if you would like your da... Read More »

How do I plant a Gerbera daisy?

Plant your Gerbera daisy in a location that receives full sun and use nutrient-rich, well-drained soil. Mix in some compost for extra nourishment. Dig a hole twice as large as the root ball to allo... Read More »

How big is a mini gerbera daisy?

The mini gerbera daisy is 18 inches in height and the blooms are 2 inches across. The miniature bloom size makes them ideal for smaller flower arrangements. They require full sunlight and soil kept... Read More »