Gypsophila muralis 'gipsy pink'
Gypsophila muralis 'Gipsy pink' (scientific name: Gypsophila muralis cv. Gipsy pink) is a gardening variety that produces the light pink florets of Gypsophila muralis.
Gypsophila muralis (scientific name: Gypsophila muralis) is a dwarf variety of the cold-resistant annual herb 'Gypsophila' (scientific name: Gypsophila spp.). The flower color is white or pink. Many small flowers gather and look like mist.
The scientific name Gypsophila is derived from its preference for the calcareous soil Gypsos (= calcareous) + philos (= preferred) in Greek. A large number of flower branches can be used in vases to create stunning interior decoration, and can be useful for bouquets and flower arrangements.
Common name: Gypsophila muralis, Scientific name: Gypsophila muralis cv. Gipsy pink , aka: Gypsophila / Muralis, leaf color: green, leaf shape: linear, leaf order: alternal, leaf edge: fine, radial symmetry, inflorescence form: 4 to 5 numbers 2 Collective inflorescences (divergent inflorescence), fruit:capsule, uses: potted plants, gardening, rock gardens.