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Growing Baby’s Breath: Caring For And How To Dry Your Own Baby’s Breath

Annual or perennial, easily grown if soil is alkaline, this article has tips on growing and drying for hobby use.


White Creeping baby's breath seeds - Garden Seeds - Perennial Seeds

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How to Grow Baby's Breath or Gypsophilia

Even if you don't think you know what Baby's Breath or Gypsophilia is, you would almost immediately recognize it when it was shown to you, as it's the dainty little white flowers usually accompanying and used as filler for wedding flowers, bouquets...

from Landscape Design Advice

Perennial Flowers for a Stunning Design

Beautiful perennials for your landscape design. I don't think I ever had a client that said "Give me high maintenance, please"! Discover some great, easy to care for, drought tolerant perennials for your garden.

from West Coast Seeds

How to Grow Gypsophila Baby's Breath from Seeds

Learn when to plant Baby's Breath seed for weddings in our How to Grow Gypsophila Baby's Breath from Seeds instructions. Baby's Breath is easy to grow.


Pink Baby's Breath Gypsophila paniculata 'Pink Fairy Baby's breath that is actually pink! Plant in your sunny perennial garden. It blooms from early summer thru early fall. This upright, bush type grows up to 3' tall. Use as a filler plant to cover dying bulb foliage or for perennials that go dormant in the summer months. Deer resistant. Best in sunny sites, average to alkaline soils and spots with good drainage. Can manage drought once established. zone 3 - 9, 5.5" extra deep pot

from Proven Winners

Festival Star™ - Hardy Baby's Breath - Gypsophila paniculata

Festival Star is a Hardy Baby's Breath, with petite white blooms appearing from May through October, a wonderful cut flower option too. Its tolerance of salt makes it a strong option to brighten up a perennial garden along a roadway.