Do Gerbera daisies come back every year?
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Typically grown as annuals, gerbera daisies are tender perennials in the warmer parts of South Carolina.However, most homeowners plant gerberas as annuals each year or over-winter them indoors. Container grown gerbera daisies can be brought indoors for overwintering.
Gerber daisies come back every year in tropical climates. They are considered perennials in USDA growing zones 9 to 11. They will also grow in zones 6 to 8, but will die at the first frost — so in those areas, they are considered annuals.