Gypsophila paniculata 'Rosea'
40 - 50 cm
fertile, well drained
neutral - alkaline
hardy, but flowers too late
the species is native to Central- and E-Europe
Gypsophila is a genus in the family Caryophyllaceae, with a wide distribution around Eurasia, Africa and Oceania, with the greatest number of species in Turkey. They have a deep root system and dislike being disturbed. They grow best in deep, well drained soil in full sun.
Cuttings - root or stem cuttings.
Seed - sown in March.
Seed is not covered or just covered and stored at 20°C (68°F) until germination.
Needs ample sun and well drained, gritty soil.