Baby’s Breath

Baby’s Breath

Gypsophila (Gypsophila sp, Caryophyllaceae) is native to Europe and Asia and belongs to the Caryophyllaceae family. The genus Gypsophila includes 80-100 annual or perennial species. The most common species in our country are: G. repens, G. Paniculata, G. Bianca. It is an ideal ground cover plant and a well-known climbing plant used to make wedding flower arrangements. It owes its name to its white flowers.



Soil advice: It is a plant that prefers neutral-alkaline, light, sandy and very well-drained soils. The soil must not retain water and have good ventilation, otherwise the plant will dry out. It is also a plant that can withstand marine areas.

Growth Rate: Shows a fast growth rate.

Light: Grows very well in sunny positions and in partial shade.

Temperature: It can withstand very high temperatures where it increases its flowering, while it cannot withstand low temperatures (up to 38 degrees Celsius).