Gerbera flowers are one of the most common and popular flowers that are included in a lot of arrangements. Whether it’s for celebrating a birthday, an anniversary, or just wanting to brighten up someone’s day, this flower is surely one of your best choices! Not to mention that they are affordable.
However, there is more to know about Gerbera flowers aside from being a beautiful addition to any bouquet. We’ve listed a few below! Read on.
Gerberas were named after a German botanist, Traugott Gerber.
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Gerberas may look like a single flower but in reality, the flower head is a huge cluster of hundreds of flowers.
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Gerbera flowers can last up to 14 days in a vase
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There are over 40 species of Gerberas around the world.
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Gerberas are available in various colours except blue. If you see one, it’s artificial.
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Fact #6Gerbera flowers are the fifth most used flower in cut arrangements and bouquets.
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