Widespread throughout Africa from the coast to about 1900 m, this species is found in grassland, open woodland and damp areas. The fleshy roots enable it to survive both dry, cold winters and annual fires which are typical of most of the region in which it is found.
Gerbera ambigua is a low-growing perennial daisy which makes an excellent edging plant for a border, or a contrast plant for grasses in a natural garden.
USDA Zone - 8
Season to Sow - Autumn
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