Gypsophila, or baby’s breath are a tender and delicate annual flower. Growing gypsophila is very easy, and they are quick to bloom. A popular flower to accent bouquets, corsages and flower vases.  It’s also a popular flower in the home garden too. Plants bear a profusion of white or pink flowers. The stems separate into many branches, giving it a light appearance, perfect for accenting.

Gypsophila like full to partial sun. They prefer rich, light soils, and are not fond of clay. They also do not like dry conditions. Their rapid growth demands that they are watered during dry periods. Add a general purpose fertilizer before planting if the soil is poor.