Gypsophila cerastiodes (Acanthophyllum cerastioides)

Gypsophila cerastiodes (Acanthophyllum cerastioides)

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Description

Compact with large white veined flowers.

Tiny dark green leaves with many short stemmed large white flowers with dark veins running through petals. this is a great addition for front of border in a sunny spot or else in the rock garden / troughs. It also has the ability to cascade up to 20cm.

Flowers: Spring-summer

Hardiness: Hardy

Height: 5cm

Spread: 30cm

 

Common Name: Mouse-ear Gypsophila

Life Cycle: perennial

Family: Caryophyllaceae

Foliage: obovate

Basic Colour: ( white )

Flower Colour: white / dark veined

Natural Flowering: May – July

Winter Hardiness: Fully Hardy

Height with Flowers: 5cm

Soil Requirements:  average / moist / dry / well-drained

Soil ph: acidic / alkaline / neutral

Location:  container / border / rock garden

Usage: ornamental / bee food plant / mat forming

Pruning: cut back to ground if gets untidy in growing season

Tolerates: drought tolerant

Origin: Himalaya’s

Additional information

Weight 250 g
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Description

Compact with large white veined flowers.

Tiny dark green leaves with many short stemmed large white flowers with dark veins running through petals. this is a great addition for front of border in a sunny spot or else in the rock garden / troughs. It also has the ability to cascade up to 20cm.

Flowers: Spring-summer

Hardiness: Hardy

Height: 5cm

Spread: 30cm

 

Common Name: Mouse-ear Gypsophila

Life Cycle: perennial

Family: Caryophyllaceae

Foliage: obovate

Basic Colour: ( white )

Flower Colour: white / dark veined

Natural Flowering: May – July

Winter Hardiness: Fully Hardy

Height with Flowers: 5cm

Soil Requirements:  average / moist / dry / well-drained

Soil ph: acidic / alkaline / neutral

Location:  container / border / rock garden

Usage: ornamental / bee food plant / mat forming

Pruning: cut back to ground if gets untidy in growing season

Tolerates: drought tolerant

Origin: Himalaya’s

Additional information

Weight 250 g
Climate

Flowering season

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Height

Planting area

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Position

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Flower Colour

20 reviews for Gypsophila cerastiodes (Acanthophyllum cerastioides)

4.9
Based on 20 reviews
  1. Julia (verified owner)

  2. June C. (verified owner)

    Nice sized healthy plant, growing well, packed well for delivery.

  3. Kenneth Baker (verified owner)

  4. Anonymous (verified owner)

  5. Barry Wade (verified owner)

  6. Sue Mahon (verified owner)

  7. Guy (verified owner)

  8. Lisa H. (verified owner)

  9. MARIA H. (verified owner)

    Great, growing well. Thank you.

  10. Barry Wade (verified owner)

  11. Susan M. (verified owner)

  12. Melissa G. (verified owner)

    Wonderful plants! All arrived in great condition and have been thriving. It’s great to find unusual plants nowadays!

  13. Diane Heggie (verified owner)

    Good size plant arrived well packed and in excellent condition. Very pleased

  14. Lynn (verified owner)

    Healthy little plants complement all other plants

  15. Clare (verified owner)

    Love gyp these are mini versions.

  16. Michael Cohen (verified owner)

    Another candidate for the new alpine trough

  17. Julie H. (verified owner)

    Healthy plant

  18. ann robinson (verified owner)

  19. Charlie L. (verified owner)

    Healthy plant. Starting to bed in and grow

  20. johnnie carslake (verified owner)

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