The baby’s breath is scientifically known to have the gypsophila genus and this genus of flowering plants is actually part of the carnation family. The flowers of on each stalk vary from minuscule to large, comparable to the size of a pea. It is a classic favourite that is most beautiful when used on its own. Another popular use of of the baby’s breath is as a dried flower or in dried bouquets, paired with other dried varieties such as the lavender or cotton plant.
The variety we are offering are the large blooms typically from Holland.