GERBERA IS THE NEW FLOWER

I got up in the morning, opened the door of my room to go in my lawn and what I saw there was absolutely wonderful. I exclaimed with joy,”WOW ! There is a new flower in my garden.”DSC_0651

I was so thrilled to see my striking two lipped-ray florets in red, orange and dark pink color.DSC_0652

Fresh gerbers against the green backdrop were looking lovely and vibrant ! DSC_0670I never expected such big size gerbera flowers here when I bought them from the local nursery. Probably good amount of manure and rains did the magic.DSC_0663

I just loved their texture and colors. Without wasting time I took out my camera to take picture of those blooms.

Enjoy the close ups of my precious gerbera flowers.DSC_0660

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  1. We have to buy gerbera in the shops here, they would never grow wild in our gardens. I had one in a pot outside. When it stopped flowering I put it in the garden and a week ago it flowered again, just like the red one you have in your photo. they would never survive our cold winters, but we can always hope.

    1. The red ones are most striking. I have yellow too but the bud has not poened yet. I just hope they survive rainy season and it should not pour heavily.

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