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Taylors Bulbs Gypsophila White (3 Pack) (TS829)


Taylors Bulbs Gypsophila White (3 Pack) (TS829)
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Taylors Bulbs Gypsophila White (3 Pack) (TS829)

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  • Available for delivery anywhere in mainland GB.
  • Order for collection at Bagshot, Bybrook Barn, Chelmsford or Shepperton.
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Product Details

Product Description: Gysophila White has soft white flowers

Application: Border plant, very useful as a cut flower in floral arrangements. Cut the stems when the buds are fully open

Expert's Tip: Cut back after flowering for a second flush of flowers.

  • Planting Time: March onwards
  • Flowering Time: July/August
  • Flowering Height: 100cm/40 inches
  • Planting Depth: 10cm/4inches
  • Planting Distance: 60cm/24 inches
  • Soil/Position: Gypsophila will grow in most soils but does best in deep, well-drained soil in the sun.
  • Colour: White

    Don't forget - we only charge once for each delivery address so you can order multiple packs and only pay one delivery charge!

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    Q. Bought a pack of three gypsophila,they are sprouting,which end do I plant.?

    Answered by Longacres 6/3/2018
    How to tell which way is up is by looking at the bulb and locating a smooth tip and a rough underside. The roughness comes from the roots of the bulb. Once you have identified the roots, face it downward with the pointy tip up. That is one way to tell which way to plant bulbs.

    Most bulbs, however, if planted in the wrong direction, will still manage to find their way out of the soil and grow toward the sun.