The Himalayan veilwort, also called Gypsophila
Cerastioides, is a beautiful little perennial that can transform your
perennial that will transform your garden into a little paradise. As if grown from a
the small, spoon-shaped, slightly hairy leaves of the semi-evergreen plant.
leaves, which also give the semi-evergreen perennial the name mouse-earGypsophila
as a distinctive rock garden rarity
Wonderful is the Himalayan baby's breath as a
Planting in the rock garden. However, it can also be planted in tubs and troughs.
troughs. Its pretty white flowers with small rose and violet veins are bloomed from
from late spring to midsummer.
How to make Himalayan baby's breath feel at home in your garden
The small, cushion-like mat-forming perennial reaches only
a height of about 10cm. It likes it rather semi-sunny and not too dry.
The Himalayan veilwort is relatively easy to care for and can therefore be recommended for inexperienced plant lovers.
for inexperienced plant lovers. It tolerates frost well and can be planted almost
almost anywhere it can be planted. The perennial thrives optimally in
normal garden soil in a sunny to semi-shady position. A wind-protected
place is advisable.
Whether planted in a perennial bed, in rock gardens, as a ground cover or in a tub
planted in a container: Gypsophila Cerastioides
is an eye-catcher anywhere in your garden.
How to enjoy Himalayan baby's breath for a long time
But be sure to protect them from winter dampness. In addition
we recommend dividing the plant every 2-3 years and removing weak roots and shoots.
and remove weak roots and shoots. You will be rewarded for this work with better growth and flowering.
and flowering power.
The plants are grown in pots, so you can use them all year round.