Gypsophila Plants?

Answer Gypsophila is a moderately fast-growing plant that was introduced to North America in the late 1800s as an ornamental. Commonly called baby's breath, this flowering perennial herb is a member of th... Read More »

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The Plant Zone for Gypsophila Million Star?

Widely used as fillers around red roses and other large-sized flowers in bouquets are the airy, dainty white blossoms known as baby's breath (Gypsophila paniculata). This deep-rooted herbaceous per... Read More »

My elephant ear plants are not growing good and some of them have yellow leaves. i got the plants at walmart?

they should be fine just plant them in partial shade/sun and water a little more than usual and the plants will become green again

Can hybrid plants that dont produce seed still pollinate other plants?

yes. in most (highly) hybridized plants seeds are produced but are either infertile or the genetics of the plant prohibit successful fertilization and the production of seed.this is very common occ... Read More »

Is it true that music/or talking to plants makes plants grow?

I saw the same thing on MythBusters, Sasha. . . It was an awesome experiment. The reason I wanted to see that particuar episode, is because my grandmother and I always sing and talk to our plants,... Read More »