Gerbera is the fourth important cut flower in India with a production of 17,500 t from total area of 820 ha. Most of the planting material comes from international companies and costs around 18 lakhs for 1 ha area. Therefore, two lines viz., 3-34 and 8-45 have been developed indigenously through half sib selection from IIHR-3 and IIHR-1 respectively. The line, 3-34 produces double type flowers belonging to red purple group (68D RHS) while, line 8-45 produces double type flowers belonging to Red group (50A RHS). These were evaluated for two years and found to be on par with commercial checks for yield and vase life (7-8 days).