Gerbera Daisy Plants

How Big a Pot to Start Gerbera Daisy Seeds?

Anonymous added on March 12, 2016 | Answered

I want to plant some gerbera daisy seeds to grow plants on a window sill in my bedroom. How big of a pot should I plant the seeds in? Will they need to be transplanted to bigger pots in the future - if so, how long?

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Answered on March 13, 2016

Use small starter pots about 2" in size.
Starting Gerbera from seed can be a challenge and germination rate is very low.
If you are successful you should seed seedlings emerge in about 14 days.
They can generally go to a larger pot after another 2 to 3 weeks after germination.

If you have nothing in 30 days, you can toss them out.

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