Known by the common names night-flowering catchfly, night flowering silene and clammy cockle. The flowers are nocturnal, and occur in an open cyme of up to fifteen blooms, each borne on an erect pedicel.
Latin Name: Silene noctiflora
Common Name(s): Night-Flowering Catchfly
Plant Type: Annual
June - August
This flower species is not normally available out of a seed mix but can be contract grown in plugs if required
June, July, August
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