AppearanceThe species is perennial and reproduces asexually. This plant produces tall colorful flowers in season. The flowers may be red, yellow, pink, or orange.
Evolution''G. jamesonii'' was first described by Robert Jameson in 1889 while exploring the Barberton area in the Lowveld region of Mpumalanga Province, South Africa. It was the first species of Gerbera to be the subject of a scientific description, studied by J.D. Hooker in ''Curtis's Botanical Magazine'' in 1889.
The flag and coat of arms of the Province of Mpumalanga include a depiction of this flower.
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