The Baby’s Breath flower is sometimes considered a cliche in the floral world because it is ubiquitous in flower arrangements and bouquets.
Baby’s Breath, also known as Gypsophilia, is a bushy, branching plant with small, delicate flowers on long, thin stems. It’s native to Eastern and Central Europe. It belongs to the genus gypsophila and contains around 35 plants.
Baby’s Breath plants grow 1 to 2 feet tall and have an abundance of pink or white flowers. The stems are divided into many branches, which give it a light appearance, ideal for accenting bouquets.
The gypsophila flower is a favorite because it has such an airy and sweet scent. Baby’s Breath is most often found in a familiar white variety. Still, the plant can also bear flowers in various shades of purple and pink.