Garden flowers

Creeping baby's breath: for rock gardens and low walls


Creeping baby's breath are very pretty perennial summer flowers.

In summary, what you need to know:

Last name : Gypsophila repens
Family : Caryophyllaceae
Type : Perennial

Height
: 15 to 30 cm
Exposure : Sunny
Ground : Ordinary, limestone, well drained even when dry

Flowering : May to September

Maintenance, from planting to pruning is easy and the decorative effect guaranteed for your rockeries and walls

Planting creeping baby's breath

In a bucket, plant preferably in autumn, but also in spring outside of frost periods.

  • When planting, incorporate a little potting soil into the soil in your garden.
  • Water generously at the start.

Caring for crawling baby's breath

The baby's breath is a very easy to maintain plant that does not require any care and grows generously.

Remove faded flowers as you go if you want.

  • Balance the general shape in the fall

To know about the crawling baby's breath

This herbaceous perennial takes on the appearance of a ground cover or bushy plant and will enchant you with its very pretty little white flowers.

In rockery, low wall or in the middle of slabs, it will quickly find its place and will seduce you with its generous flowering.

Smart tip about baby's breath

Be careful when planting to have enough space, as the plant can quickly spread and take up space.

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