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Is Baby’s Breath Bad For Cats: Information About Gypsophila Poisoning In Cats

By Amy Grant

If you are the lucky recipient of a bouquet and have a cat, your feline friend may harbor a particular fascination with the baby’s breath. After all, plants are fun for cats, which beckons the question: is baby’s breath bad for cats? Click this article to learn more.

Growing Baby’s Breath From Cuttings: How To Root Gypsophila Cuttings

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

Baby’s breath is the star of the cutting garden, providing delicate little blooms that dress up floral arrangements, (and your garden). If you have access to a mature baby’s breath plant, growing cuttings from baby’s breath is easy. Learn more in this article.

Sowing Baby’s Breath Seeds: Learn How To Plant Gypsophila Seeds

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Growing baby's breath from seed will result in clouds of the delicate blooms within a year. This perennial plant is easy to grow and low maintenance. Click this article for more tips on how to plant Gypsophila, or baby's breath, from seed.

Baby’s Breath Winter Care: Information About Winterizing Baby’s Breath Plants

By Mary Ellen Ellis

Baby’s breath is a staple of cut flower bouquets. You can grow these flowers in your garden with an annual or a perennial variety. Depending on the climate, you may need to take some extra steps to ensure survival over the winter. This article will help with that.

Baby’s Breath Issues – How To Deal With Common Gypsophila Problems

By Teo Spengler

Baby's breath is best known for adding a little magic to floral arrangements. If you are thinking of planting these flowers in your backyard, you will want to learn about common problems with baby’s breath plants. Click here for common Gypsophila problems.

Baby’s Breath Varieties: Learn About Different Types Of Gypsophila Plants

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

Baby’s breath flowers provide an airy look to floral arrangements but can also be just as pretty used in a border or rock garden. It is one of several types of Gypsophila. Click here to learn about different baby’s breath varieties for the garden.

Trimming Baby’s Breath – Learn How To Prune Baby’s Breath Plants

By Mary Ellen Ellis

You can grow baby’s breath as an annual or a perennial, depending on the variety chosen. Care is fairly easy, but a little Gypsophila pruning will help your plants grow healthier and bloom more. This article will help get you started with baby’s breath pruning.

Baby’s Breath Skin Irritation: Is Baby’s Breath Irritating When Handled

By Amy Grant

Baby’s breath is commonly found naturalized throughout much of the northern United States and Canada and often identified as an invasive weed. Despite the innocuous look of these sweet soft blooms, baby’s breath harbors a little secret. Learn more in this article.

Baby’s Breath Propagation: Learn About Propagating Baby’s Breath Plants

By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden

Baby’s breath is a small, delicate bloom included as a finishing touch in many bouquets and flower arrangements. They look great in outside flower beds, too. Starting a new baby’s breath from existing plants is a great way to get more. Click here to learn how.

Diagnosing Gypsophila Diseases: Learn To Recognize Baby’s Breath Disease Issues

By Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)

Baby’s breath plants produce a profusion of small white blooms in spring and throughout the growing season. However, if choosing to grow them, there are some common Gypsophila diseases you should be aware of. This article can help with that.

Baby’s Breath Pests – Identifying And Stopping Gypsophila Plant Pests

By Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)

It is easy to see why many growers choose baby’s breath to make a profound statement in the garden. Like any plant, however, there are many pests that may prevent them from reaching their full potential. Click this article to learn more about insects on Gypsophila plants.

Potted Baby’s Breath – Can You Grow Baby’s Breath In A Container

By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden

A favorite for bridal bouquets and fresh flower arrangements, you can grow Gypsophila to complement your flower beds too – and they even look lovely popping out from container plantings. Learn more about growing baby’s breath plants in containers here.

Baby’s Breath Flowers – How To Grow Baby’s Breath Plant In The Garden

By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden

Did you know that baby's breath flowers can grow easily in your garden? It's true. Caring for and drying your own baby's breath plant is easy, and the information in this article will help.

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