Acknowledging the Blossoms - Gerbera and Daisie


Named in the honor of profound German Botanist Dr.Traugott Gerber, the Gerberas form the most popular bunch of blossoms right next to Carnations and Roses. Widely cultivated in the Transvaal district of South Africa, the flower also has its prominent presence in countries ranging from Africa right up to Madagascar, including regions of South America and Asia.

Gerberas possess uniquely designed two-lipped ray florets and can be classified into 4 groups of Single florets, double florets, crested double florets and full crested double florets.

An assemblage of hundred of florets forming one single structure, these perennial plants are bred in an exclusive range of colors like snow whites, pretty pinks, rich reds, vibrant yellows and cheerful orange can easily enlighten the atmosphere of any dark space. Having a common meaning of purity and innocence, the various hues depict different notations. They are-

White - White Gerberas Graceful Arrangement of White Gerberas with Fillers depicts purity and chastity.

Yellow - Gerberas having yellow hues Distinctive Bunch of Yellow Gerberas mirror cheerfulness

Orange - Represents sunshine symbolizing feelings of warmth and kindness. Orange Gerberas mark great souvenirs for friends.

Pink - Pink Gerberas Urbane Bunch of Pink Gerberas symbolizes fondness and adoration.

Red - Bouquets curate out of Red Gerberas Magnificent Bunch of Gerberas in Red Colour signifies Unconscious in Love or blind Love.

Mixed - A daisy variety of high esteem, the mixed gerbera wreath Joyful Emotions Gerberas Premium Heart Shaped Arrangement stands out to be the most radiant and joyful corsage, often make the way as Wedding Florals depicting purity and zeal.


Representatives of purity and innocence, Daisies actually belong to the Asteraceae family along with other floral like that of Chrysanthemums, Gerberas, Sunflowers and even lettuce! The Daisy family is also known as the composite family due to its floral structure, construction of 2 sizes of florets making seem like a single entity. The blossoms mainly assemble a series of tiny petals surrounded by rays of longer versions.

Varieties of Daisies:

English Daisies - Famous as the Common Daisy, the classic yellow centered white daisies are natives to Northern part of Europe. In recent times, there is large number of Daisies crafted out by breeding these English Daisies, which are highly-priced blooms.

Shasta Daisies - Cultured in a hefty number of sizes and shapes, the Shasta Daisies are somewhat similar to the English ones. These Daisies have yellow disc like centers, comparatively larger than what the usual English Daisies possess. These blossoms are considerably taller than the common ones, often reaching a height of about 2-3feets. Shasta Daisies are considered the most enticing of all other Daisies. With its bright yellow epicenter, a fully bloomed daisy appears to be the gaudiest in a garden, amongst other floral assortments. The birth of this fine breed of Daisy was not a natural phenomenon. Infact, Luther Burbank, a celebrated Botanist discovered this species by breeding it as a hybrid one. The Daisies first came into existence on the Mt.Shasta situated in California and thus the name of the Daisy arrived.

Gerbera Daisies - A Gerbera Daisy is one of the most renowned flowers of the world which has its roots in South Africa. The flowers are somewhere between 2-5 inches wide and they are bred in an exotic array of shades starting from yellow to orange to pink, to salmon and lastly ending in white. Because of the popularity of the said floral, these Gerbera Daisies have formed its own genus known as the Gerbera Bouquet of beautiful assorted brightly hued Gerberas genus.

Other Breeds - Some of the alternative prevailing species of Daisies include- Painted Daisy, Ox-Eye Daisy, Gloriosa Daisy, Marguerite Daisy and many more.

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