Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Gypsophila redefined...

via Dan Henderson photography
via greayer.com
via Real Simple
Baby's Breath in the United States, Soap Wart in
the United Kingdom — Gypsophila is commonly used
as filler in flower arrangents. Let it stand alone and
watch its small, white flowers create a modern, light,
and airy creation.


  1. Very delicate but so interesting. I think I might be brave engh to try this.

  2. I've just never been able to get past the over-use in 1970's wedding bouquets and prom corsages. I'm sticking to Lambs' Ears. I'll have a bumper crop this year-do you want some more to dry?