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BallĀ® Horticultural Company

(Barberton Daisy, Gerbera Daisy, Transvaal Daisy)

A favorite for containers, mixed beds, and bouquets, Gerbera jamesonii is a tender perennial native to South Africa. This selection in the Festival Mini Series bears bright deep pink flowers with large pink centers above evergreen mounds of large, shallowly lobed, dark green leaves. The flowers are smaller but more abundant than those of most other gerbera daisies. In favorable conditions, they continue year-round (with peaks in late spring and late fall).

Plants prefers fertile, well drained...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Barberton Daisy, Festival Gerbera Daisy, Gerbera Daisy, Transvaal Daisy)

Festival Orange gerbera daisy is a compact tender perennial that is ideal for containers and mixed beds. It produces very large orange daisies year-round (with blooming peaks in late spring and late fall). These have orange to yellow centers and appear above evergreen mounds of large, shallowly lobed, dark green leaves. Spent flowers should be removed to encourage further blooms.

Plants prefer cool weather, fertile, well drained soil and full to part sun. When cultivated in a greenhouse they...

(Barberton Daisy, Festival Spider Mix Gerbera Daisy, Gerbera Daisy, Transvaal Daisy)

Festival Spider Mix gerbera daisy is a compact tender perennial that is ideal for containers and mixed beds. It produces very large daisies (in a random array of colors on different plants) year-round (with blooming peaks in late spring and late fall). These have orange to yellow centers and appear above evergreen mounds of large, shallowly lobed, dark green leaves. Spent flowers should be removed to encourage further blooms.

Plants prefer cool weather, fertile, well drained soil and full to...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Barberton Daisy, Festival Spider Salmon with Eye Gerbera Daisy, Gerbera Daisy, Transvaal Daisy)

Festival Spider Salmon with Eye gerbera daisy is a compact tender perennial that is ideal for containers and mixed beds. It produces very large dark salmon daisies year-round (with blooming peaks in late spring and late fall). These have orange centers and appear above evergreen mounds of large, shallowly lobed, dark green leaves. Spent flowers should be removed to encourage further blooms.

Plants prefer cool weather, fertile, well drained soil and full to part sun. When cultivated in a greenhouse...

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Jessie Keith

(Barberton Daisy, Gerbera Daisy, Transvaal Daisy)

Festival White gerbera daisy is a compact tender perennial that is ideal for containers and mixed beds. It produces very large white daisies year-round (with blooming peaks in late spring and late fall). These have light yellow centers and appear above evergreen mounds of large, shallowly lobed, dark green leaves. Spent flowers should be removed to encourage further blooms.

Plants prefer cool weather, fertile, well drained soil and full to part sun. When cultivated in a greenhouse they grow best...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Barberton Daisy, Gerbera Daisy, Transvaal Daisy)

Gerbera daisy is a favorite cutflower and tender perennial for containers and mixed beds. It is a South African native, so it grows best in places where summers are cool.

When growing conditions are favorable, it bears large daisies year-round (with peaks in late spring and late fall). These may be red, orange, yellow, white or pink and appear above evergreen mounds of large, shallowly lobed, dark green leaves. Flowers have very large centers, often in contrasting colors, that may be red, yellow,...

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Jessie Keith

(Barberton Daisy, Gerbera Daisy, Transvaal Daisy)

Gerbera daisy is a favorite cutflower and tender perennial for containers and mixed beds. It is a South African native, so it grows best in places where summers are cool.

When growing conditions are favorable, it bears large daisies year-round (with peaks in late spring and late fall). These may be red, orange, yellow, white or pink and appear above evergreen mounds of large, shallowly lobed, dark green leaves. Flowers have very large centers, often in contrasting colors, that may be red, yellow,...

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Jessie Keith

(Barberton Daisy, Gerbera Daisy, Transvaal Daisy)

Revolution terracotta gerbera daisy is a compact tender perennial that is ideal for containers and mixed beds. It produces many large, bright orange-red daisies year-round (with blooming peaks in late spring and late fall). These have darker orange-red centers and appear above evergreen mounds of large, shallowly lobed, dark green leaves. Spent flowers should be removed to encourage further blooms.

Plants prefer cool weather, fertile, well drained soil and full to part sun. When cultivated in...

(Barberton Daisy, Gerbera Daisy, Royal Light Orange Gerbera Daisy, Transvaal Daisy)

A favorite for containers, mixed beds, and bouquets, Gerbera jamesonii is a tender perennial native to South Africa. The cultivar 'Royal Light Orange' produces very large peach daisies with darker orange centers above evergreen mounds of large, shallowly lobed, dark green leaves. The flowers continue year-round where conditions are favorable (with blooming peaks in late spring and late fall).

Plants prefer cool weather, fertile well drained soil and full to part sun. Indoors they grow best in...

(Barberton Daisy, Gerbera Daisy, Royal Orange Scarlet Gerbera Daisy, Transvaal Daisy)

A favorite for containers, mixed beds, and bouquets, Gerbera jamesonii is a tender perennial native to South Africa. The cultivar 'Royal Orange Scarlet' produces very large orange-red daisies with darker centers above evergreen mounds of large, shallowly lobed, dark green leaves. The flowers continue year-round where conditions are favorable (with blooming peaks in late spring and late fall).

Plants prefer cool weather, fertile well drained soil and full to part sun. Indoors they grow best in...