A cloud of baby's breath flowers

The gypsophila are very pretty to annual or perennial summer flowering.

L’maintenance, planting to pruning is easy and’Decorative effect guaranteed.

In short, that’you should know:

Name : Gypsophila
Family : Caryophyllaceae
Type : Vivace

: 20 to 100 cm
Exposure : Sunlight
Ground : Plain, limestone, well drained

Flowering : May to September

Planting baby's breath:

Purchased bucket, plant preferably your gypsophila to’autumn, but also up’to’summer outside periods of freezing.

  • Baby's breath wing sunny situations to bloom well
  • C’is a plant that needs’well-drained soil and fear the heavy and compact soils
  • Water regularly after planting, especially in summer

Gypsophila seedlings:

Sowing in the spring and summer, ideally in a bowl with transplanting shortly after emergence in small buckets capable’accommodate the plant up’its implementation

  • For Annual, you can sow up from’April.

Size, maintenance gypsophile:

You can always remove the faded flowers as to stimulate flowering but there are so many that this job may quickly become laborious.

It can then be content’balance the overall shape to’fall to keep a relatively compact port.

To know about baby's breath:

This herbaceous perennial looks like a ground cover or bushy and enchants with its lovely small white flowers.

S’there are many species, such as gypsophila crawling, c’gypsophila paniculata is offering this cloud of white flowers so special.

It takes its name from the Greek, and gypsos philos, meaning l’Friend lime. It is needless to say that c’is a plant that likes calcareous soils.

  • But she also enjoys in any ordinary soil provided the drainage is good.

Malignant Council about baby's breath:

Be careful when planting of’have enough’space because the plant can quickly spread and take up space.