Orange Barberton Daisy Flower Wallpaper

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Orange Barberton Daisy

Orange Barberton Daisy

The original Barberton Daisy prefers full sun and the best results are obtained on north facing sites. The hybrids prefer filtered sun with a tolerance of 40 000 lux. Colors of flowers tend to fade in shady areas but the stem length of the flowers is then much longer. Gerberas will not flower in areas with shade of less than 80%. Gerbera forms a nice rosette of notched, glossy leaves, from which the flowers grow 12 to 18 inches high, depending on the variety. Flowers are single, semi-double, or double in shades of pink, orange, red, yellow, and white and are up to 4 inches or more in diameter. he indigenous Barberton Daisy can be a successful landscape plant as its vibrant colors and rich green foliage produce appealing results when grouped in beds. The dominant colors are red orange, yellow and pink.
Small daisy with a rosette of irregularly shaped leaves; often deeply divided. The flowers are actually flower heads made up of many, small, tightly clustered flowers or florets. The flowers may be red, pink, orange or yellow and appear from August through to December. The shape of the flower head varies greatly. Many species have button-like heads without showy ray florets, while others have ray florets marked with spots to attract pollinating beetles which they mimic. The Daisy family is one of the largest plant families in the world.