Baby’s Breath Pink Gypsophila 100 Seeds £0.95p
100 Seeds for £0.95p
Small Dainty Flowers set ontop of delicate branches
Gypsophilia is widely used as a cut flower in arrangments and with florists
It can easily be grown in your garden in the ground or in pots
How to Germinate Gypsophila Seeds
Easily Grown from seed
Gypsophilia Needs a Good draining seed Compost
Start them6-8 weeks before the frost ends if you are in a cooler climate
Prepare a pot or plant cells with a seed compost and stand your pot or cells in the water.
Once the soil is damp to the touch on the top you know your soil is wet enough to sow.
Sprinkle the seeds finley across the compost spacing them out, push them into the soil but do not cover!
Now you need to create a humid atmosphere with clingfilm,if using a pot just pull the Clingfilm tight over the top .
Within a few hours you should see condensation if you dont the clingfilm isnt tight enough or air is getting in.
With cells you do the same thing but will need to cover the seeds and the base and the sides to create the humid enviroment.
Place in a warm sunny spot germination can be eratic with some sprouting quickly others taking longer
Adding a heat mat to the base helps germination
Keep the seeds warm sunny and moist
As each seedling becomes big enough Transplant into a pot or cell