In addition to the roses, Gipsophila is one of the most attractive plants due to its graceful appearance. This plant not only specially decorates each bouquet, but also embellishes each flowerbed. Gypsophila can grow on a large scale in naked areas and be mixed with almost all other flora. Each gardener has two options: Gypsophila that grows upright and Gypsophila that's more of a crawling sort. This creeping plaster is also referred to as ribbed plaster.
Bonus Option Includes:
50 x Baby's Breath Flower Seeds
20 x Bonus Mystery Seeds (Worth $7)
How to care for plant:
1. Place baby's breath in a spot in your garden that gets at least six hours of sunlight daily.
2. Water baby's breath with a deep soaking every two or three weeks.
3. Test your soil with a pH kit from your local nursery to see if it provides the slightly alkaline soil that baby's breath prefers.