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Gypsophila - Apulia Plants

Gypsophila

The Gypsophila is a perennial plant belonging to the family Caryophyllaceae and originating from Europe and Western Asia. It looks like a bush and on all the length of the thin stems it produces many white or pink flowers. Because of its compact shape it is commonly called “mist” and, in addition to being an ornamental plant for borders, it is used to make brides’ bouquets (another common name is, as a matter of fact, “Bride’s Voile”).

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Botanical name

Botanical name

Gypsophila Paniculata

Common name

Common name

Mist or “Bride’s Voile”

Variety

Variety

Flower's color

Flower's color

White or pink

Temperature

Temperature

min 7-8°

Exposure

Exposure

Sunny

Watering need

Watering need

Averages

Blooming

Blooming

Spring-summer

Availability

Availability

March-May

Availability

March, April, May

Exposure

Full sun

Flowering

Spring, Summer

Water need

Average