Gypsophila – a Long-Blooming Bush Studded with Delicate Flowers

Gypsophila is very hardy. The height of the bush can reach up to 95 cm. The flowering lasts all summer. It proliferates well by seeds. You can try the reproduction by rhizomes, but only with closed roots.

When the soil thaw to a depth of 10-15 cm the rhizomes are planted at a depth of 10cm. They are planted far from each other (40-60cm) as bushes can reach a diameter of 1 meter.

Gypsophila prefers sunny places, light, fertile wetlands, and does not tolerate transplanting. Pre-plant treatment of roots gives good result – better survival features and stimulation of rooting.