Recent Examples of gerbera from the Web
Perennials that keep producing after cutting include campanula, dahlia, gerbera daisies, evergreen penstemon, phygelius, agastache and salvia.
Divide and replant perennials including shasta daises, gerbera, bromeliads and many bulbs.
TIP OF THE WEEK Gerbera daisies come from South Africa, a habitat shared with gazanias and geraniums.
Which was coming up daisies: gerberas, shastas and more, all in sunshine shades of aquamarine, new-leaf green, azalea and tangerine, printed on crepe de Chine and woven into jacquards, sequined on georgette and embroidered on cashmere.
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Origin and Etymology of gerbera
First Known Use: 1889See Words from the same year
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