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Q.How Do I Deadhead Gerbera Daisy’s And Asiatic Lillies?

Zone 11779 | Metlady@gmail.com added on June 23, 2021 | Answered

I love GERBERA Daisies. Every year I buy at least one or two outstanding plants, and every year they die without every blooming beyond the buds and blooms that attracted me to the plants in the 1st place! It is so depressing to send a flowering plant you love so much to an early grave! This year I am done guessing, please help me save these two!

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Answered on June 23, 2021

They are just, barely, hardy in your area. With a little care, you can keep these plants alive for years.

A few things will kill them off, however. Overwatering and cold are the most common.

Overwatering will be the death of these plants. They prefer dry and warm climates. Make sure that you do not give this any extra water during the growing season. They are, also, susceptible to fungal infections. This is what, likely, kills yours off each year.

Here are some articles that will help you:


Deadheading any daisy will be the same process. This article will help:



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