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Festival Star Baby's Breath
  • Growing Zones: 3-8
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    Mature Height: 10-12 in.
    Mature Width: 16-24 in.
    Sunlight: Full Sun
    Blooms: Spring - Fall
    Spacing: 18 in.
    Botanical: Gypsophila 'Danfester'
    Plant Size Bareroot
    Plant Directions: Sent with Order
    This plant thrives in the green shaded regions above.

    Festival Star Baby's Breath


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    Clouds of Tiny White Flowers from Spring to Fall!


    A New, Compact Version of Baby’s Breath
    Starts in Early Summer and Keeps Going for Months
    Short, Neat Plants look Great in a Pot or the Garden
    Tough, Long-lived and Easy to Grow!
     
    Small, Neat Plants - A New Look for Baby’s Breath!
    The dainty white flowers of Baby’s Breath that everyone loves, but these float above compact, dense mounds of silvery-green foliage that only reaches a foot tall, rather than the huge, billowing 4 feet of older varieties! These dense, mounding plants look great in a pot, as well as in the garden, where they make wonderful filler plants that keep blooms in the garden while other perennials fade in and out. 
     
    Blooms Nonstop Over an Extremely Long Time!
    These tough little plants keep producing their dense sprays of white blooms over an incredibly long period that starts in late spring and doesn’t end until well into fall -- no more summer dormancy like older varieties! They stay tidy and compact over the entire season, too, and butterflies are attracted to the blooms.
     
    Not Just a Bloom Machine, but Carefree and Easy to Grow, too!
    Planted in a spot that meets its needs, this plant requires very little care to grow and bloom its heart out for you! Drought tolerant and deer resistant, it is a great little plant for U.S. gardens!
     
    Growing Tips:
    Plant in full sun in average garden soil that has good drainage. If you have very acidic soil, add garden lime to the soil when you plant. If you have a heavy clay soil, plant in a raised bed, and add plenty of composted leaves or other organic matter to the soil. This plant will tolerate a hot, dry site once established, but it will need watering when it becomes dry during the first year, while it is establishing its roots.

     
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