Planting Gerbera Daisys - Knowledgebase Question

Hummelstown, PA
Question by dkr0356
October 22, 2002
can gerbera daisies be planted outside now 10-23-02

Answer from NGA
October 22, 2002


Unfortunately, these plants do not tolerate cold winter weather and would very soon freeze to death. You might be able to grow them indoors as a house plant in a very sunny window however. Although perennial in warm climates, elsewhere they are grown as a summer annual or as a greenhouse cutflower or florist type gift plant.

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