The United States and Japan share the fascinating "flower" (56) gerbera (Gerberajamesonii) gerbera, as the name suggests it is an herb from Africa, specifically,
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The United States and Japan share the charming "foreign flower" (56) gerbera jamesonii
Gerbera, as the name suggests, is an herbaceous plant from Africa, specifically, it is native to the Transvaal in southern Africa.
Speaking of gerberas, it is a big name and a household name. It is widely known because it is often used for cut flowers and appears in various social places. Gerbera is the fifth largest cut flower material in the world (after roses, carnations, chrysanthemums, and tulips). Gerbera is also commonly used in potted plants and garden decoration, and people from all walks of life love it.
There are many varieties of gerberas cultivated, and the flower colors are abundant, common red, light red, purple red, orange, yellow, pink, white, in addition to green, compound color, etc. The flowers of gerberas are large, usually 6~10 cm in diameter, and some varieties can even reach 20 cm.
The petals of gerbera flowers are radial, like a radiant sun, which means that there must be a kind "sunshine" every day.