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Gerbera daisy (Gerbera jamesonii) against white background : Stock Photo
Other common names: Barberton daisy, Transvaal daisy and African daisy. Discovered by Scotsman Robert Jameson in Baberton, Transvaal, South Africa, from where specimens were sent to Kew Garden in England. Popular as a cut flower and as a bedding plant.

Gerbera daisy (Gerbera jamesonii) against white background

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Other common names: Barberton daisy, Transvaal daisy and African daisy. Discovered by Scotsman Robert Jameson in Baberton, Transvaal, South Africa, from where specimens were sent to Kew Garden in England. Popular as a cut flower and as a bedding plant.
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