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Baby's Breath Gypsophila. 800 Seeds

Baby's Breath Gypsophila. 800 Seeds

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Baby's Breath Gypsophila Seeds| WHITE FLOWERS | 800 Seeds

Baby's Breath Gypsophila Growing Guide

Baby's breath, also known as gypsophila, is a beautiful and popular flower that is easy to grow and care for. It is native to Europe and Asia, but it is now grown all over the world. Baby's breath is known for its delicate white flowers, which are often used in floral arrangements.

When to plant baby's breath

Baby's breath can be planted in the spring or fall, depending on your climate. In warm climates, baby's breath can be planted outdoors in the fall for blooms the following spring and summer. In colder climates, baby's breath should be planted in the spring after the last frost.

Where to plant baby's breath

Baby's breath needs full sun and well-drained soil. It is tolerant of poor soil and drought conditions, but it will thrive with regular watering and fertilization.

How to plant baby's breath

To plant baby's breath, direct sow the seeds into the ground. Space the seeds 6-8 inches apart. Plant the seeds 1/4 inch deep. Water the seeds regularly and keep them in a sunny spot.

Caring for baby's breath

Baby's breath needs regular watering, especially during hot, dry weather. Water the plants deeply once a week, or more often if the weather is very hot. Fertilize the plants every few weeks with a balanced fertilizer.

To encourage more blooms, deadhead baby's breath regularly. Deadheading is the process of removing spent blooms. This will signal the plant to produce more flowers.

Harvesting baby's breath

Baby's breath can be harvested for fresh cut flowers or dried flowers. To harvest for fresh cut flowers, cut the stems at a 45-degree angle when the flowers are in full bloom. To harvest for dried flowers, cut the stems when the flowers are just beginning to open. Tie the stems together in bunches and hang them upside down in a dark, well-ventilated area.

Tips for growing baby's breath

  • Choose a sunny spot in your garden with well-drained soil.
  • Plant the seeds 6-8 inches apart.
  • Water the seeds regularly and keep them in a sunny spot.
  • Fertilize baby's breath every few weeks with a balanced fertilizer.
  • Deadhead baby's breath regularly to encourage more blooms.
  • Stake baby's breath to prevent it from falling over.

Enjoy your baby's breath!

Additional tips:

  • Baby's breath is a great companion plant for other flowers, such as roses, lilies, and delphiniums.
  • Baby's breath is also a popular choice for flower beds and borders.
  • Baby's breath is a low-maintenance plant, but it will benefit from regular watering and fertilization.


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