Gerbera Micro Mini Mixed Color Seeds

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Mini gerbera, also known as miniature gerbera or dwarf gerbera, is a smaller and lovelier version of the popular gerbera daisy that is popularly grown by gardeners; It is easy to grow and looks beautiful in balconies, home gardens, and terrace gardens.

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Gerbera is a daisy-like flower of the Asteraceae family, they are cold-sensitive, short-lived perennials, and are grown as annuals in colder regions. The flowers produce single layers or double layers of petals in various shades of red, yellow, pink, white, and orange with yellow, green, or black centers. Micro Gerbera is easy to grow in your home, terrace, or balcony. To plant gerbera buy the Best Quality Gerbera Micro Mini Mixed Color Seeds Online at the best price from www.organicbazar.net with a high germination rate and add colors to your garden.

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    • Number of Gerbera Mix Flower Seeds: 10 Seeds
    • Where to grow: Balcony or terrace garden
    • Best Sowing Season: Spring, Summer
    • Sowing method: Direct
    • Germination temperature: 21-25°C
    • Sowing depth: 1/2 inch
    • Germination time: 7-21 days
    • Blooming time: Late Spring to fall

What size grow bag is best for Gerbera?

Gerbera Growing Season In India 

Mini gerbera should be planted in a warm climate; the best season to sow the micro gerbera seeds is in spring and summer. In India, Gerbera is grown year-round in areas where temperatures remain warm and consistent.

How To Grow Gerbera In Pots

You should sow gerbera seeds directly in pots because it does not like to transplant. They are not frost-hardy plants and need warmth to germinate, sow the seeds when the soil temperature is around 21-25°C. Choose a pot or grow bag at least 9 inches wide and deep for planting gerbera daisies.

Gerbera Mini Mixed Seeds Sowing Method

Take a pot or grow bag and fill the pot with potting soil mix. Sow the daisy seeds about ½ inch deep in the soil and cover the seeds with soil. Gerbera seeds need light to germinate so keep the pot in a sunny spot. Water the soil gently through a watering can and keep them moist until germination; gerbera seeds can germinate in about 7-21 days.

Gerbera Plant Fertilizer Requirements

For healthy growth, apply a water-soluble fertilizer or organic fertilizer such as vermicompost, cow manure, or neem cake monthly to gerbera plants.

Gerbera Plant Care Tips

Soil – Use nutrients rich, and well-drained soil to plant gerbera daisies. Add perlite or clay to improve soil drainage.

Water – Gerbera likes the consistency of moisture in the soil, and regular watering, especially on summer days. Water once a week but do not over-water the soil as it may cause disease to the plant.

Sunlight – Full sunlight (6-8 hours) and cool weather are the keys to successful gerbera plant growth. However, they can grow in some partial shade on hot days.

Temperature – The best temperature for growing gerbera flowers is between 21-25°C.

Common pests – Insects such as aphids, spider mites, and whiteflies attack daisy plants. To get rid of the pests, it would be right to spray neem oil on the daisy plants.

Mini Gerbera Flower Blooming Time

Gerbera blooms year-round in frost-free areas. Usually, it blooms from late spring to fall (March-November).

Gerbera Plants Special Feature

  • Common name – Gerbera daisy, African daisy, Barberton daisy, Transvaal daisy
  • Scientific name – Gerbera Jamesonii
  • Height – 6 to 18 inches
  • Level of growing – Easy

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Jogesh dash
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Not Germination Seed Wost mony do not bay


I was quite late in sowing the seeds, but the outcome is wonderful.

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Zero seed germination rate wrist product

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