Gerbera daisy comes in and out of bloom when grown in the garden. However, if grown indoors it will often not rebloom. If your daisy is indoors and not growing, you may just want to toss it. Outdoors, be patient and it will come back again. Just be sure to keep these plants slightly moist. In some places, such as Illinois, these plants are annuals and will not tolerate outdoor conditions after frost hits.
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