Also known as
5 years to reach maturity
This plant has a mild fragrance
Mouse-Ear Gypsophila Overview
This dwarf, semi-evergreen perennial forms a mound of hairy grey green leaves. In late spring and early summer it produces pink flushed small white flowers. This species was recently reclassified from the genus Gypsophila to Acanthophyllum.
How to harvest Mouse-Ear Gypsophila
Generally not harvested
How to propagate Mouse-Ear Gypsophila
Take root cuttings in summer.
Special features of Mouse-Ear Gypsophila
Other uses of Mouse-Ear Gypsophila
This spreading plant suits being used as ground cover in rock and gravel gardens as well as in containers or the beds of informal cottage gardens.