Powdery Mildew on My Gerbera Daisy?

Answer Gerbera daisies are flowering ornamental plants. They grow in USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11 and prefer full to part sun and well-drained soil. Gerbera daisies are susceptible to fungal infections su... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Powdery Mildew on My Gerbera Daisy

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 »

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 »