Gerbera piloselloides grow and care – herbaceous of the genus Gerbera also known as Transvaal daisy, Gerbera piloselloides perennial evergreen or annual used as fragrant ornamental plant also as floristry, can grow in tropics, mediterranean, subtropics or temperate climate and growing in hardiness zone 10+ as perennial or as 4+ as annual.
Leaves color green the leaves wavy in opposite lobbing to lobes shape leaf mostly deeply serrated.
Gerbera piloselloides flower
Flower color can be: white or yellow, its multi petals flower the petal shape it’s elliptic that connected in the middle in round shape.
Gerbera piloselloides for sale – Seeds or Plants to Buy VIDEO How to grow Gerbera piloselloides growing and care:
More than -1C, Mulch
What is the best way to start growing? Plant / Seed Is it necessary to graft or use vegetative reproduction? No Difficulties or problems when growing: ? All year, in cold climate spring Recommended planting season? Powdery mildew, aphids Pests and diseases: Pruning season: Winter How to prune: For design, all the season dead flowers and leaves Size of the plant : 20-120 cm, 8-48 inches Growth speed in optimal condition: Medium growing Average amount of water Water requirement: Light conditions in optimal condition for growing: Full Sun No Is it possible to grow indoor as houseplant? Growing is also possible in a planter /flowerpot / containers: Yes Blooming information Spring / Summer / Autumn Bloom season: General information about the flower Round flowers with multi petals the petal shape it’s elliptic that connected in the middle in round shape, color can be yellow or white Scientific name:
Blooming Seasons Autumn flowers Spring flowers Summer flowers Flower colors White flower Yellow flower Climate Mediterranean Climate Subtropics Climate Temperate Climate Tropics Climate Ornamental parts Ornamental flower Ornamental plant Plant growing speed Plant life-form Annual plant Evergreen Herbaceous Perennial plant Plant Uses Floristry Fragrance Ornamental plants Planting Season Autumn Planting Spring Planting Summer planting Winter planting Plants sun exposure Watering plants Hardiness zone Hardiness zone 10 Hardiness zone 11 Hardiness zone 12 Hardiness zone 13 Hardiness zone 4 Hardiness zone 5 Hardiness zone 6 Hardiness zone 7 Hardiness zone 8 Hardiness zone 9