Jaguar White Gerbera Seeds

SKU: SFS-GERB-JAGWH-ER
Our ‘Jaguar™ White’ Gerbera Seed produces divine white Gerber daisies with amazing wheat-colored centers! The semi-double blossoms are 3 to 4-inches in diameter and unlike dark-eyed varieties or the more average yellow or green-eyed African daisies, these white beauties are graced with a frilly halo and eye of buff-colored, more subtle and infinitely more elegant wheat. Unusual and striking, to say the least! Approximately 10 seeds per each hand-filled packet. More details...
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Jaguar White Gerbera Seeds
Jaguar White Gerbera Seeds
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Jaguar White Gerbera Seeds Growing Information

Gerbera Flower Seed is most successfully started indoors for transplanting to beds or containers outdoors later, after the second set of true leaves has made their appearance. However, some gardeners are very successful at starting them from seed in the garden. The seeds should be lightly pressed into the planting medium, but not covered. Regardless of where you start them, if you are using plastic to conserve moisture, the seed should be shaded to avoid "cooking" the seeds on hot days, and may need to be vented. Temperature control is fairly vital. They will germinate in 8 to 10 days at 75°F, but then need cooler temperatures, about 60°F, as soon as germination takes place, until they are established. If starting in the garden, this may require the use of shade cloth over and around the seeds in order to mimic cooler spring-time temps. Or, start outside when the temperatures are consistently above 60°, using plastic to raise and maintain heat and moisture until germination takes place. Yes, Gerbera Daisies can be a challenge to start from seed, but SO worth it! And once you've got it down, you will be the envy of your neighborhood. Starting Gerbera Daisies from seed can be the ultimate test of your "green thumb"!


  • Mature Height: 8-12 inches
  • Mature Spread: 6-10 inches
  • Exposure: Full Sun (> 6 hours daily)
  • Bloom Time: Early Summer - Fall
  • Soil Moisture: Consistently Moist While Blooming
  • Soil Type: Widely Adaptable
  • Annual in Zones: 1-8
  • Perennial in Zones: 9-11
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We also carry a variety of Gerbera Daisies in individual 3" pots.


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