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Gerberas are native to South Africa (as a result, they obviously love full sun if you’re growing them) and are a larger member of the Asteraceae family (sometimes known as the Daisy family), being able to grow as big as 12 cm in diameter. One of the most distinctive qualities of gerberas is their range of different colours, coming in red, pink, yellow, orange, purple and white. Its own distinctive floral rainbow.
Before we start, it’s important to remember that there are some pretenders out there when it comes to gerbera colours. For instance, you’ll never find true blue or green gerberas in a natural cut flower bouquet. Whilst blue, green gerberas can exist, this is normally as a result of artificial colouring.
What is the full range of colours that real gerbera daisies come in?
Sunny bright yellow gerberas are a great choice when you want to add extra cheer to someones day or just send a happy message. Yellow flowers are already an amazing flower to send as a message of love and joy for a friend or close family member and yellow gerberas as certainly no exception to this rule.
With their refined dark shades that radiate regality, purple gerberas are among the most elegant coloured cousins of these flowers. With purple being often symbolic of royalty, these gerberas are a great token of affection for someone you admire or look up to.
With so much choice available, it’s often better to mix things up and to enjoy the whole spectrum of beautiful gerbera daisy colours on offer with a bouquet combining many different hues. However, if you want to send a clear message to a special someone, using the magic of matching colour gerberas is an ideal choice. Which colour is your favourite?
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