- Flower nameGypsophila muralis
- Scientific nameGypsophila muralis
- AliasGypsophila muralis
- Place of originEurope,Central Asia
- Place of floweringGarden, Potted flower
- Flowering season
What is Gypsophila muralis
Gypsophila muralis (scientific name: Gypsophila muralis) is a cold-weather-resistant annual plant belonging to the family Cistancheidae, " i>
Spermflower ". It is a dwarf variety of the flower color is white or pink. Many small flowers gather and look like a mist. The scientific name Gypsophila is derived from its preference for the calcareous soil Gypsos (= calcareous) + philos (Phylos = preferred) in Greek. If you collect a lot of stem branches and put it in a vase, it will be a wonderful interior decoration, and it will be useful for bouquets and flower arrangements. Gypsophila muralis 'Gypsy Pink' is a horticultural variety that blooms pale pink florets.
Generic name: Gypsophila muralis, Scientific name: Gypsophila muralis, aka: Gypsofila · Muralis, leaf color: green, leaf shape: linear, leaf order: viable, leaf margin: all edges, radial symmetry, inflorescence form: 5 number 2 sexuality 2 divergent inflorescence (divergent inflorescence), fruit: fruits, use: potted plants, gardening, rock garden.