The ever-cheerful Gerbera suits every interior and every event. With its simply fresh colour and playful shape, it makes it always the right choice!


Gerbera were named after the German naturalist Traugtt Gerber and are a genus of the sunflower family. Gerbera is also known as the Transvaal Daisy or Barberton Daisy. All gerbera have a central capitulum, which is composed of hundreds of individual flowers, surrounded by numerous florets creating the shape of a daisy.The gerbera is an unscented flower which is part of the Asteraceae or Compositae family. It originates from South Africa, Asia, South America and Tasmania. Some 900 million gerberas a year are produced in the Netherlands with 600 different varieties of colour, shape and size. She’s one popular lady!
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Colour and Shape

When you think of Gerbera, you think colour. They are available in basic colours, white, yellow, red, orange, green and bi-coloured. The centre of the flower can be black or green). In other words: there’s plenty of choice when it comes to colour.


The gerbera has no symbolic meaning, but why should that matter? With its colourful and sunny appearance it makes your home more cheerful and welcoming straightaway. Its presence means: you make everything more beautiful!








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One thought on “Gerbera

  1. They look like the flowers that Mickey Mouse picks from the porch at Minnie Mouse’s house to present to her when she opens the door. Popeye does the same for Olive Oyle. Cheap bastards!


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