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Yellow Gerbera Flowers Yellow Gerbera Flowers

Gerberas are found in South America, Africa, Madagascar and tropical Asia and there are over 30 species found in the wild in these regions. The flower head, or capitulum, is extremely large on gerberas and while it looks like a single flower, it is actually made up of hundreds of individual flowers. Yellow gerberas are particularly stunning as they are bright and cheerful. Bright and cheerful is exactly how a recipient of a yellow gerbera bouquet will feel.

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About Yellow Gerbera Daisies
The Yellow Gerbera Daisy means, "I will try hard to earn your love."   A bright bouquet of Yellow Daisies can be sent to a friend, a relative or a romantic interest.    A Yellow Daisy can adorn hats, a button hold or used as a hair accessory.   Yellow Daisies adds cheer to any floral bouquet.  Either artfully combined in an arrangement with orange flowers or pink flowers, yellow daisies will bring sunshine into someone's heart.

Yellow Gerbera Daisy Bouquet Care Tips
Simple yet sophisticated a vibrant colored yellow gerbera bouquet makes a great choice as a flower gift no matter what the occasion. The gerbera flowers are the birth flowers for the star sign Leo, so make a great choice as a birthday flower gift for those born in July. We ship each individual yellow gerbera floret with a protective net and a clear tube to support the stem, to ensure that your yellow gerbera daisy bouquet arrives and flourishes to its maximum beauty and expected vase life of 4-7 days. Gerberas may be prone to bent neck, which can be avoided by leaving the clear tube in order to support the stems of the large florretted gerberas.

  1. Cut the band and remove your yellow gerbera daisy bouquet from the box immediately upon arrival.
  2. Cut your gerbera daisy stems 1 inch under running water
  3. Place your gerberas in a vase filled 5-6inches with luke warm water and a packet of floral food
  4. Fill a clean vase 3/4 full with warm water and add the contents of the floral preservative
  5. Keep yellow gerbera daisy bouquet away from drafts, direct sunlight, and excessive heat or cold
  6. Make sure to add fresh water or replenish the water if dirty, removing the dead foliage as needed

Important Tip for Gerberas – Fill the vase only 5-6 inches as fuzzy stems of these flowers decompose quickly in deep water. Yellow Gerbera stems are highly susceptible to bacteria blockage which may cause their heads to droop over. Therefore it is very important to use clean water and replenish their supply of flower food every 1-2 days. Also gerbera daisies may be prone to bent neck, which can be avoided by inserting floral wire in the stem to lend additional support to the large floret or by leaving the clear tube left on to protect the stems from bending.

Arranging Yellow Gerberas: Dramatic yet sophisticated, the vibrant yellow gerberas are the birth flowers for the star sign Leo (July). The vibrant yellow gerberas make a beautiful compliment in any flower bouquet, and are often mixed with other flowers. We ship each individual yellow gerbera floret with a protective net and a clear tube to support the stem, to ensure that the flowers arrive and flourish to their maximum beauty and expected vase life. Your yellow gerberas may be prone to bent neck, which can be avoided by inserting floral wire in the gerbera stem to lend additional support to the large yellow floret. Otherwise we advise to leave the clear tube as they will only serve to provide additional much needed support to large floretted yellow gerberas you receive.

Yellow Gerbera Bouquet Care Tips: Your yellow gerbera bouquet has an estimated vase life of 4-7 days, if properly take care of your yellow gerberas can last longer. On receiving your yellow gerbera bouquet, make sure you gently remove the protective cup from each gerber blossom; as the petals will gradually unfold to their full state. Fill your vase with approximately 5 to 6 inches of water depending on its height. Your yellow gerberas have fuzzy stems that decompose quickly in deep water. Gerbera stems are highly susceptible to bacteria blockage which may cause their heads to droop over. Therefore it is very important to use clean water and replenish their supply of flower food every 1-2 days. To make sure yellow gerbera stems remain straight, support the heavy flower heads when conditioning in water.