Definition of gerbera in English:

gerbera

Line breaks: ger|bera
Pronunciation: /ˈdʒəːb(ə)rə
 
, ˈɡəː-/

noun

A tropical Old World plant of the daisy family, with large brightly coloured flowers, cultivated under glass in cooler regions.
More example sentences
  • Large flowers such as gerberas are less time-consuming to work with than small ones like button mums, as you'll need fewer stems to cover the foam base.
  • Drape doorways with strings of dark-red crystals, ruby gerberas and deep pink bougainvillea.
  • In the galleries, export market cut flowers such as anthuriums, orchids, carnations, heliconiums and gerberas attracted a large number of people.

Origin

modern Latin, named after Traugott Gerber (died 1743), German naturalist.

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