John&Jacq~s Garden

Gerbera jamesonii (Barberton Daisy), in an explosion of dazzling colours!

Gerbera jamesonii (Gerbera Daisy, Transvaal Daisy, Barberton Daisy)

Want an attractive and colourful floral display in your home?

Choose the Gerber Daisies that will surely lend beauty and brightness, inside the home or out in the garden. They’re such a cheerful and vibrant lot and you’ll be spoilt for choice of floral colours that come in an extensive array of dazzling colours.

Truly kaleidoscopic and explosive in nature!

Barberton Daisies are an on-and-off attraction in our garden. Since they’re reasonably priced, we buy them on impulse whenever their spectacular and brightly-coloured blooms shout for attention during our nursery visits or at the superstores. The potted plants are value for money, lasting longer than the cut flowers, and fabulous for a temporary display at home, lasting probably between 4-6 weeks. When plants are finished flowering, they can be transplanted into flowers beds outdoors and may even last for several months or a few years with proper care, being mindful that the indoor plants should first be introduced to direct sunlight gradually.

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More Gerbera jamesonii (Barberton/Gerber/Transvaal Daisy) pictures to enjoy!


Gerber Daisy – white ray flowers, pink disk

Gerbera ‘Drakensberg Buttermilk’ (Gerber Daisy ‘Drakensberg Buttermilk’) – white ray flowers, black disk

Gerber Daisy – pink ray flowers, brown disk

Gerber Daisy – pink ray flowers, black disk

Gerber Daisy – pink flowers, yellow disk

Gerber Daisy – deep orange flowers, black disk

Gerber Daisy – rich yellow flowers, black disk

Gerber Daisy – orange flowers with yellow blotches, black disk

Gerber Daisy – light yellow flowers, black disk

Gerber Daisy – light orange flowers, yellowish-green disk

Gerber Daisy – yellow-margined orange flowers, yellowish green central disk

Gerber Daisy – light apricot flowers, black disk florets and yellow trans florets

Gerber Daisy – salmon or coral-pink rays with black central disk, enclosed by white trans florets

Gerber Daisy – apricot/salmon flowers (faintly mottled) with brown disk florets and yellow trans florets

Gerber Daisy – reddish-orange flowers with black central disk

Gerber Daisy – dark orange flowers with black central disk

Last edit: June 4, 2016