Gerbera Terra Snooki Plant


Pot Size: 5"
Sale priceRs.255.00

Delivery time: 3-4 working days


Water Requirement


Flower Color

Non Fragrant



Flowering Season










With Pots

Outdoor Shade,Outdoor Sun

Sunlight Requirement

Balcony,Hedge,Low Maintenance


Product Description

Gerbera daisies are tender perennials that can be grown outdoors as annuals in almost any climate.

African daisy




Tropical Asia


Gerbera Daisies are classic single bloomed flowers with hollow, leafless stems that are round in shape and resemble a sunflower or daisy. Gerbera daisies come in wide range of warm pinks, reds, oranges, yellows, and purples, plus a timeless white with a black center.

Leaves are all in rosette, elliptical with entire or toothed margin or lobed, petiolate or with a petaloid base, pinnately veined, often leathery and felted beneath.

Gerbera Terra Snooki have vibrant yellow flower.


Gerbera daisies thrive in rich, well-drained soil—in the ground or in pots. "These plants are vigorous bloomers, which means they require nutrient-rich soil.

These flowers bloom in the late spring and early summer and require plenty of sunlight to thrive. "They need full sun to grow, but do not like extreme heat.

Gerberas thrive in moist, fertilized soil. They need to be watered and drained regularly. Plant them so the crown is a 1/2 inch above the soil line in a well-draining site.. In warmer months, water gerbera daisies regularly, about once a week when the top inch or two of soil is dry to the touch.

When warmer weather arrives, fertilize your gerbera daisies with organic compost to help them grow. In the summer, feed them monthly by adding organic compost around the roots. Remove some of the bunched center leaves to allow in more light if they are getting bushy

Landscape Uses

Gerberas can be used as a focal flower or to add mass to arrangements and designs.

Ixora plants are hardy and give out beautiful flower clusters. Minimum maintenance is needed for growing an ixora.

Ixora blooms best and grows more densely with full, direct sun for most of the day, but it also likes partial shade in the Indian summers. It needs daily watering in the summers but you can cut it down a little in winters. Take care that the soil remains moist but not soaking wet on a daily basis.

Ixora can be pruned anytime in the year. To maintain a good shape, you can choose to prune the oldest and the longest stems from the plant. If your plant's leaves look yellowish, the plant may need a fertiliser with a high nitrogen.Annual spring pruning and fertilizing will enhance the plant€™s health. Repot the plant once in 2-3 years changing the soil.

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