Bursting with delicate white flowers above finely textured, apple green foliage. Commonly called Baby’s Breath euphorbia, is a bushy compact plant that typically grows in an upright mound to 12-20" tall. It is noted for producing an abundant, non-stop, spring-to-fall bloom of showy white-bracted flowers reminiscent of baby’s breath (Gypsophila). The flowers are ornamentally insignificant, but each inflorescence is subtended by large, long-lasting, showy white floral bracts which, from a distance, are often mistaken for being flower petals.
Height: 12-18" Full to part sun. Annual.