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Gypsophila aretoides 'Caucasica'
ht: 18 in.
ha: dense
fc: white
lc: blue-green

Gypsophila 'Knuddel' (G. repens 'Rosea' x G. petraea)
fc: pink
lc: green

'Gypsy Deep Rose' - click image
AAS Trial Garden, NC State University. July 2004.

Gypsophila muralis 'Gypsy Deep Rose'
ha: annual, dense low mound
fc: medium pink, but a darker shade than another strain

Gypsophila paniculata 'Arbel'
bt: early in commercial production
ft: not daylight sensitive like older clones

Gypsophila paniculata 'Bodgeri' = 'Compacta Plena'

Gypsophila paniculata 'Bristol Fairy'
fc: white
ft: double
fd: larger than species typical
or: Cuming 1928

Gypsophila paniculata 'Compacta'
ht: 15 in. - shorter
ha: compact
fc: white
ft: single

Gypsophila paniculata 'Compacta Plena' ('Bodgeri')
ht: 18 in. - 20-30cm
fc: very light pink to white
ft: double
bt: earlier than species typical and 'Bristol Fairy'

Gypsophila paniculata 'Dangypmini' (1/02)
fd: 5.15mm wide
li: Plant Varieties Journ. 13(4): 27-29.

Gypsophila paniculata 'Dangysha' (1/02)
ha: erect, upright, narrow
infl: conical
li: Plant Varieties Journ. 13(4): 29-30.

Gypsophila paniculata 'Dansferoy' (1/02)
ha: compact
ft: "unique stem and flowers"
or: Australia
li: Plant Varieties Journ. 13(4): 27-28.

Gypsophila paniculata 'Dantziger'
fc: white
ft: double
lu: tolerates lower light conditions found in production greenhouses
in: Dantziger (?) before 1983

Gypsophila paniculata 'Double Snowflake' = 'Snowflake'

Gypsophila paniculata 'Early Snowball'
fc: white
ft: double with some singles and semi-doubles among the seedlings
prop: seed strain

Gypsophila paniculata 'Ehrlei'
ns: a listed name

Gypsophila paniculata 'Fairy Perfect'
ht: taller than species typical
fc: white
ft: double as 'Bristol Fairy'
fd: larger than 'Bristol Fairy'
or: Maas and Van Stein 1950

Gypsophila paniculata 'Festival Happy' = 'Happy Festival'

Gypsophila paniculata 'Festival Pink'
ha: similar to 'Festival White'
ft: double much like 'Festival White'
fc: light pink

Gypsophila paniculata 'Festival White'
ht: 24 in.
ha: compact, erect, fully branched, more vigorous than older double white
fc: white faintly tinged pink at first
ft: double
eval: probably the best cv. for double whites
lu: useful for cutting gardens

Gypsophila paniculata 'Flamingo'
ht: 1.2m
ha: compact
fc: white tinged pink - hardly a flamingo pink
ft: semi-double
prop: often roots poorly from cuttings, requiring expensive grafting. This has limited it's popularity.
ns: may be related or dervied from G. oldhamiana
or: Kayser and Siebert 1938

Gypsophila paniculata 'Floreoplena'
fc: white
ft: double
ns: this is the old name for any white double.

Gypsophila paniculata GILBOA® 'Magic Gilboa'
ft: semi-double, medium-sized, not daylight sensitive as older clones
bt: early season
or: Danziger

Gypsophila paniculata GOLAN® 'Magic Golan'
ft: semi-double, medium-sized, not daylight sensitive as older clones
bt: early season
or: Danziger

Gypsophila paniculata 'Happy Festival' ('Festival Happy')
ha: densely branched
fd: very large diamter

Gypsophila paniculata LUCKY STARS®
ft: single
rai: replaces 'Bristol Fairy' in the trade

Gypsophila paniculata MILLION STARS® 'Dangypmini'
fq: numerous flowers
ft: smaller than some cultivar, giving a nicer, finer texture
eval: superior to the older 'Perfecta' by most opinions as a cut flower. This cultivar is considered a major
eval: revolution in the cut flower trade and dramatically changed industry practice.
lu: very popular in the floricultural, cut flower trade, perhaps 50% of the market. Longer vase life.
in: Danziger 1997

Gypsophila paniculata 'Nana'
ha: dwarf
ns: probably the same as 'Compacta' or very similar.

Gypsophila paniculata NEW HOPE® 'Dangypflash'
ft: full double, medium-diameter, much like 'Perfecta' but less difficult handling and longer life
or: Danziger

Gypsophila paniculata 'New Love'
ns: a listed name. Description needed.

Gypsophila paniculata 'Pacifica'
ht: 30 in.
fc: light pink
ft: double but in scale and not "oversized"
lu: proven as good cut flower

Gypsophila paniculata 'Perfecta'
ht: 36 in.
fc: white
ft: full double in large panicles. Blooms up to twice width of 'Bristol Fairy' which may
ft: not always be a good effect. It is daylight sensative unlike some newer clones described here.
id: may be the same as 'Fairy Perfect'
eval: has proven short-lived in some areas. Others regard it as a novelty with oversized blooms.
or: Holland

Gypsophila paniculata 'Perfecta 53'
ns: a listed name for selected clone of 'Perfecta' in cut flower use.

Gypsophila paniculata 'Perfecta Royal'
ns: an improved 'Perfecta' strain but having the same daylight sensativity.

Gypsophila paniculata 'Pink Fairy'
ht: 18 in.
ha: compact
fc: clean, light pink
ft: double

Gypsophila paniculata 'Pink Star'
ht: 18-36 in. - 50cm
fc: pinkish-white
ft: semi-double

Gypsophila paniculata 'Plena'
ht: 70cm
fc: white
ft: double
or: Rudel 1903

Gypsophila paniculata 'Rahan 11'
fc: white
ft: double
fd: larger than 'Bristol Fairy'
bt: late summer to fall
lu: used for cut flower forcing

Gypsophila paniculata 'Rahan 14'
fc: white
ft: double
bt: 3-4 wks before 'Bristol Fairy' under similar conditions
lu: used for cut flower forcing

Gypsophila paniculata 'Red Sea'
fc: pink

Gypsophila paniculata 'Romano 4'
fc: white
ft: double
lu: used for cut flower forcing

Gypsophila paniculata 'Snowball'
ft: double
fc: white
bt: late season in commercial production

Gypsophila paniculata 'Snowdrift'
fc: white
ft: double
prop: seed strain

Gypsophila paniculata 'Snowflake' ('Schneeflocke')
ht: 1m
fc: pure white
ft: about 25% doubles from seed - others say 50%.
prop: seed strain

Gypsophila paniculata 'Snow White'
fc: white
ft: double
prop: seed strain

Gypsophila paniculata 'Tavor'
ft: semi-double to double, not daylight sensitive as older clones
bt: early in commercial production

Gypsophila paniculata 'Viette's Dwarf' ('Viette's Dwarf Form')
ht: 12-16 in.
ha: compact
fc: white - tinged pink in bud
ft: double
or: Andre Viette Farm and Nursery c. 1980's originally as 'Viette's Dwarf Form'

Gypsophila paniculata 'Virgo'
ht: 1m
fc: white
ft: many doubles from seed
prop: seed strain

Gypsophila paniculata YUKINKO®
ft: semi-double to double, not daylight sensative as older clones
bt: early-mid season

Gypsophila repens 'Alba'
ht: 4-5 in.
ha: compact
fc: white
ns: some taxonomists regard this name as superfluous since the species has white flowers. However
ns: this name applies to a rather compact, shorter range of the species' variability and should be retained
ns: as a commercially meaningful entity.

Gypsophila repens 'Fratensis'
ht: 4-6 in.
fc: rich pink

Gypsophila repens 'Red Neck' (4/5)
ht: 5-8 in.
st: red - hence the name
fc: pink
so, in: Edelweiss Perennials (online catalog 2005)

Gypsophila repens 'Rosea'
ht: 10cm
fc: light pink

Gypsophila repens 'Dorothy Teacher'
ht: 10cm
ha: compact
fc: clear medium to dark pink
fq: more numerous blooms
ll: smaller leaves - refined appearance
or: UK

Gypsophila repens 'Dubia'
ht: 4 in.
ha: mat-like
fc: light pink
st: showy red
lc: often purplish-green, especially when young
eval: there is nothing dubious about the merits of this beauty.

Gypsophila repens 'Fratensis'
lc: more glaucous blue
fc: pink

Gypsophila repens 'Letchworth'
ht: 10cm
ha: long branched with pendulous shoots.
fc: white
lu: useful in rockeries and containers due to habit

Gypsophila repens 'Rosea'
ht: 10cm
fc: deep pink in bud becoming light to medium pink shades - widely grown from seed and therefore variable
prop: widely sold as seed strain

Gypsophila repens 'Rosa Schonheit'
ht: 10cm
ha: compact
fc: medium to dark pink
id: may be the same as 'Dorothy Teacher'

Gypsophila repens 'Silver Carpet' (11/4)
lc: variegated on silver (pattern not reported)
fc: blush
fd: 7mm wide
or, in: deHulshof Nursery as sport, introduced 2004

Gypsophila 'Rosy Veil' ('Rosenschleier')(G. paniculata x G. repens 'Rosea')
ht: 40-50cm
ha: compact, spreading
fc: light pink
ft: double
eval: excellent compromise between the flowers of the taller species and form of the other.
or: Foerster 1933