Alpine gypsophila is a very cute perennial that blooms in summer.
Caring for it from planting to pruning is easy and its ornamental impact on rocky ground and low walls is guaranteed.
A summary of what there is to know:
Name: Gypsophila repens
Height: 7 to 12 inches (15 to 30 cm)
Exposure: full sun
Soil: Ordinary, chalky, well drained and even dry
Flowering: May to September
Planting of alpine gypsophila:
From nursery pots, better plant in fall, but also in spring as long as it doesn’t freeze.
- Upon planting, add a little soil mix to the earth in your garden.
- Water abundantly at the beginning.
Caring for alpine gypsophila:
Gypsophila is a very easy plant to care for that requires practically no care at all and grows abundantly.
Remove wilted flowers regularly if you wish.
- Remodel the overall silhouette in fall.
Learn more about alpine gypsophila:
This grassy perennial makes for ground cover and can become a shrubby plant, and you’ll be thrilled with its very cute tiny white flowers.
On a bed of rocky ground, along a low wall or in a spot among cobblestones, it will quickly settle in and swoon you with its abundant blooming.
Smart tip about gypsophila:
Take care to provide for enough space upon planting, because this plant can spread quickly and gobble up space.