Gypsophila muralis. It’s no surprise this compact annual won the 2018 AAS award. Gypsy White Improved produces copious semi-double flowers in dense arrays over tightly packed mounds of foliage. The clumping, rounded plants grow to 25cm (10″) tall, blooming from spring through the summer. The unusually large (for Gypsophila) white flowers start blushing to pink at the end of the season, creating the look of a Laura Ashley print. This plant works really well in containers, smaller spaces, and garden beds. It was a definite hit from our 2018 field trials, catching the eyes of visitors and flower judges alike.
Pelleted seeds: 8-9 seeds per pellet.