Gypsophila paniculata Alba is a classic British summer perennial plant, producing masses of small pretty double-flowers from June through to August on sturdy and erect branches. Hardy by their nature, Gypsophila will make the ultimate impact plant and are great for planting in groups within the garden border or patio containers. Alba is a premium white variety that complements almost any summer display. They can also be cut to create a floral display within the home or as a gift. Reaches a mature height of 70-100cm once established. UK-grown 7cm module plants supplied.
|Plant in a hole deep enough to accommodate the plug
|Fertile, well drained soil
Growing at a glance…
Can be planted in spring (April - June) to give them plenty of time to establish. Wherever Gypsophila is planted, ensure it’s somewhere sunny. To plant a module, dig a hole in the border that’s big enough to house the entire root. Do this until the top of the soil from the module is just below the top of the pot. Fill around the modules with soil and firm them down gently. Water well.