I got seed for this plant from Thompson and Morgan, labeled "Silene campanula". I'm not convinced that's what actually grew. Please let me know if you know anything more about this plant!
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This plant used to grow in our garden, but it slipped away...
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|becky ryan||Jan 02, 2005||Rob - what a joy to find your site - great pictures and very useful descriptions. I have seen a silene that looks similar described as silene uniflora - common name sea campion. May be a taxonomy thing - my source doesn't list campanulata. Happy gardening in '05, Becky|
|Lori Skulski||Jun 08, 2016||HI,
It's not Silene campanulata but the photo is too distant to tell what it is. (It's also clearly not S. uniflora.)
Closer photos of flowers and leaves would help.
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