More About Gypsophila paniculata
- Sprays of tiny, delicate, white flower clusters
- Fragrant, single and double flowers appear on the same plan
- Stems have narrow, blue-green leaves, 8 cm long
- Airy, upright, growth habit
- Cut fresh or dry for floral arrangements
- Bloom Time: June to September
Not native to Ontario, but introduced and established throughout North America.
Baby's Breath Growing and Maintenance Tips
Drought tolerant, it grows best in an average to dry, alkaline soil, in full sun. Does not like to be moved once established, due to its long taproot structure. May require staking if grown in shady, moist conditions.
Gypsophila paniculata Characteristics
Soil MoistureAverage to Dry Soils
Flowering TimeLt. Sum-Fall