Can I grow them from the seed of the plant I already have? If so, how? Thanks I just love them Joe
Yes, you can harvest the seed from your plants, and sow them right away.
The seeds may not be true to form.
Why are my gerbera daisy stems breaking? What do I do?
Are the flowers breaking off or bending over?
When the flowers began to fade they will bend over, it's best to go ahead and dead head them at that point by removing the stem at the base of the plant.
If you flowers are breaking off, it could be wind, animals or pests.
I have only had my daisies about two weeks. It is dying more every day. The soil is always wet. I haven't needed to water it since I got it.
Your Lemon Tree needs more sunshine!
Find a nice sheltered location with a good amount of sunshine.
Here is a link that will help refresh you on the care requirements.
One of my Gerbera Daisies died off. Will it grow another? Do I cut the stem down? It was a potted plant from Meijer's. It had 3 beautiful daisies. Now 2 and one doesn't look the greatest.
Yes, pinch off the old spent blossom. This will keep your plant looking good and stimulate new flowers to form.
Here is a link to the care requirements of your plant.
What is the "crown" of a gerbera daisy?
The very center of the plant, where the plant stem meets the soil.
will gerbera daisy plant rot at root if planted in soil which stays moist, I always plant in pots but would like to try in ground. also are they affected by sticky white pest that kaifer plants get. I know they get crown rot. Thanks
Garbera daises are susceptible to crown rot if planted where there is constant moisture. I've attached a link that has info on where to plant them as well as their possible pests.
Do gerbera daisies bloom all summer? How to promote new blooms?
Gerbera have a relatively long blooming period, and a happy, healthy plant can bloom from spring into fall.