Have this Gypsophila in a pot from last year. A whim purchase as had nothing 'white' in the garden and moved it around in its pot to brighten up anything dark. Unfortunately it was overpowering and didn't seem to fit or look natural anywhere - but on it's own it was 'pretty' as opposed to anything else.
Has stood outside since last summer - very nice stems - but unsure if it's an annual or not. Is there any way I can tell? I was told it depends on which one it is but I can't remember. At the moment it doesn't seem to have any inclination to show signs of life! If it is truly 'over' I might just put it between plants in a shady corner just for the interest of the stems. Can anyone advise me if it's likely to kick into life again?
I like the way the stems look, colour, shape etc so don't want to bin it.