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The botanical name of Baby’s breath is Gypsophila and the plant is the star of the cutting garden, providing delicate little blooms that dress up floral arrangements (and your garden), from midsummer to autumn. You might be familiar with white baby’s breath, but various shades of rosy pink are also available. If you actually have access to a mature baby’s breath plant, growing cuttings from Gypsophila is surprisingly very easy in USDA plant hardiness zones three through nine. Can you start baby's breath from a cutting? To learn how to grow baby’s breath from cuttings visit is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to