Gerber Daisy Tips and Care
Gerber Daisies, while normally grown outdoors for summer color, can be grown indoors to bring a bit of that color inside.
If in bloom, place your “Gerber Daisy” in bright indirect or filtered light. Avoid abnormally warm areas.
Keep the soil moist allowing the soils surface to dry slightly between waterings. There is no need to feed your plant.
After the last flowers are spent, remove the old stems. It can now be put in a sunnier, warmer spot. Continue growing as a houseplant, fertilizing occasionally with a bloom booster fertilizer, until it can be planted outside after Mother’s Day.