Creeping Baby's Breath
Also known as
Creeping Gypsophila, Alpine Gypsophila
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5 years to reach maturity
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Creeping Baby's Breath Overview
This is a prostrate perennial with stems which form low mounds up to 20cm high and 45cm across. It has narrow bluish-green leaves and will bear panicles of star-shaped white, lilac or pale purple flowers in the summer.
How to propagate Creeping Baby's Breath
G.paniculta is propagated by grafting in winter, others by softwood cuttings in summer.
Seed in autumn or spring.
Other uses of Creeping Baby's Breath
Summer interest. Suitable for coastal conditions.