Gypsophila stems have delicate branches holding tiny, white blossoms, giving it a light appearance that works perfectly as a filler in bouquets, corsages and flower vases. It also lasts up to a week and dries well.
Tips from our floral experts
Spread the stems out and carefully loosen the Gyp branches to get air flowing through the bunch. Cut the stems and place in water with a low sugar solution stored in a cooler.