Saturday, 27 June 2015

A Battalion of Gerbera

Gerbera Jamesonii

The Gerbera comes from a family of the common daisy. They are distinguished by there bright colors that can be very vibrant. Gerbera can grow to 7 inches in length and is native to regions of Africa to Madagascar, Asia and South America. Through hybridization, Gerbera Jamesonii can be found in many different colors. They can be classified of order Asterales, family of Asteraceae, subfamily of Mutisioieae and Genus of Gerbera.

Gerbera with a beautiful fiery yellow and red petals.

Gerbera can have meanings of innocence, purity and cheerfulness.

Beautiful contrast of bright yellow and dark red.

Gerbera can sometime be referred to as Daisies, as they bear so much resemblance.

Contrast of sun light with reflections of a clear sky, makes shadow an intricate role of light projection and scattering.

Light green leaves and sepal uphold the structure of the Gerbera.

Gerbera can come in a form where one side has different colors as compared to another side.

Gerberas are usually used as begging plants in landscapes and can bet cur for arrangements.

Gerberas can come in form of single, double, crested and full created formation.

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