Last Updated on January 18, 2022 by Sam
Gerbera daisies are an easy plant to care for, making them a perfect addition to anyone’s garden. Learn step-by-step how you can trim gerberas so they last longer and look more beautiful!
The “how to keep gerbera daisies blooming” is a question that I am asked often. The best way to keep them blooming is to water them regularly and trim the stems when they get too long.
Gerbera Daisies are a type of flower that can be used to make beautiful bouquets. They are also known as African Daisy and the name derives from their similarity to daisies. The flowers have a variety of colors, but the most common ones are red and yellow. They are usually kept in pots, but they can also be planted in gardens or natural areas. Reference: how to trim daisies.
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