GERBERA DAISY (Gerbera jamesonii) Gerbera daisies, also called Barberton or African daisies, are the only flowering plant on our Top 5 Air-Purifying Plants list. Instructions for growing Gerbera jamesonii––They’re also non-toxic to cats and dogs, and are the only pet-safe plants to make this list. Read more on the #McLendons blog! TOP 5 AIR-PURIFYING PLANTS: Part 3.
Gerbera Houseplants: Tips For Growing Gerbera Daisies Indoors - Gerbera daisies are relatively simple to grow outdoors, but growing gerbera daisies indoors can be tricky. However, if you can provide the right growing conditions, your gerbera daisy may survive for two or three years. This article will help.
Best Plants for Indoor Air | Gerbera daisy (Gerbera jamesonii) has wide, showy flowers and thick, waxy leaves. It’s a good indoor/outdoor plant: Keep it outside in pots during warm weather, then bring it indoors when weather cools and it’ll continue to produce blooms. In NASA plant studies, the gerbera daisy excelled at removing toxic vapors. Credit: SusanGaryPhotography/Flickr/Getty Images