Vivian Mak

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Gerber Daisy Cultivar (gerbera species): Your gerber daisy may be a gerber known as 'Marmalade Cream and Red' or another brilliant bi-colored cultivar prized for its petals in red with a creamy yellow center. There are many, many cultivars however. As a plant does best in full sun with regular water and feed with a slow-release or organic fertilizer formulated for container blooming plants. Popular with florists in cut flower arrangements.

Gerber Daisy Cultivar (gerbera species): Your gerber daisy may be a gerber known as 'Marmalade Cream and Red' or another brilliant bi-colored cultivar prized for its petals in red with a creamy yellow center. There are many, many cultivars however. As a plant does best in full sun with regular water and feed with a slow-release or organic fertilizer formulated for container blooming plants. Popular with florists in cut flower arrangements.

Paperwhites (narcissus tazetta papyraceus): We can't be sure until the flowers open, but paperwhites are the most common Narcissus for forcing.  When your flowers open, if they are small (clusters of numerous flowers per stem), white, and intensely fragrant, then they are paperwhites.

Paperwhites (narcissus tazetta papyraceus): We can't be sure until the flowers open, but paperwhites are the most common Narcissus for forcing. When your flowers open, if they are small (clusters of numerous flowers per stem), white, and intensely fragrant, then they are paperwhites.

Daffodilnarcissus (narcissus): These flowers resemble a species of Narcissus, common name daffodil. There are hundreds of different kinds, and so we cannot identify specific cultivars. As plants, they do best in full sun with regular water and feed with a slow release or organic fertilizer formulated for bulbs. After the flowers are spent, continue to care for the plant until its foliage has yellowed and died back and it will come back next year.

Daffodilnarcissus (narcissus): These flowers resemble a species of Narcissus, common name daffodil. There are hundreds of different kinds, and so we cannot identify specific cultivars. As plants, they do best in full sun with regular water and feed with a slow release or organic fertilizer formulated for bulbs. After the flowers are spent, continue to care for the plant until its foliage has yellowed and died back and it will come back next year.

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