Monday, May 11, 2009

Can a gerbera daisy live in the house through the winter?

I brought a gerbers daisy in before the frost last fall- It was growing well then just died last week[ Feb. 15]

Can a gerbera daisy live in the house through the winter?
Indoors, mist the foliage once or twice a week during the winter. Avoid misting open blooms. In our climate, they aren't usually kept over the winter, so they aren't repotted. When grown in a greenhouse, they are repotted in spring. When temperatures get much over 70ยบ, sometimes they will wilt even if they have adequate moisture. They can be brought inside in the winter, but they need to be kept cool. between 45-70 degrees


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