Gypsophila paniculata seed
Gypsophila Paniculata. Long lasting perennial gypsophila producing clouds of large pure white blooms, ideal for cutting.
When to Sow: March to June
Where to Sow: Sow direct into flowering site 1cm (½”) deep. Rake in or cover lightly with fine soil.
What to do Next: As the seedlings develop, thin out to 20-30cm (8-12″) apart to avoid overcrowding. Can also be sown in September tothe following year.
Flowers: June to August