|Crested doubles - These doubles contain two rows of overlapping petals with one or more inner rows of shorter petals with a green, black, or dark red eye.
||Double or duplex - These Gerberas have a double row of overlapping petals with a green, black, or dark red eye.
|Full crested doubles - These have solid overlapping rows of petals with an inner row diminishing in size, covering the eye entirely. ||Gerberas are also referred to as Gerbera Daisies, daisy being a general name for all species in the family Asteraceae, to which Gerberas belong. |
|Gerberas are native to Transvaal, South Africa.
||Gerberas come in a wide range of colors - from light to dark yellow, orange, pink, brilliant scarlet, deep red, and many more colors.
|Single Flowers - These Gerberas have a row of non-overlapping petals (ray florets) with a green center (disc florets). These are the most common gerberas available in the market.