Gerbera Daisy, Garvinea Gerbera

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At Niagara College our Greenhouse Technician Students grow Gerbera jamesonii 'Garvinae' which is commonly known as the true 'Garden Garvinea'. Native to South Africa these gerberas are grown in Canada as a spring annual. 

In mid-winter, our technician team receives rooted cuttings of these gerberas for classes to continue growing, maintaining and scouting for pests and diseases.

Growing Preferences
✿ Full sun - part shade
✿ Well draining/high porosity growing media or soil
✿ Water when soil is dry 
✿ Hardy to zones 7 - 10 (tender perennial)
✿ Dead head spent flowers from the base of the plant just above the crown
Generally available in Spring at the Niagara College Teaching Greenhouse.

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