Across the UK
Silene nutans P. Lovely, drooping white, dainty, night scented flowers. Attractive to moths. Flowers: May to July. Requires: Dry place in the sun Height: 25-60cm.
The common name Nottingham catchfly commemorates the former occurrence of S. nutans on the walls of Nottingham Castle, and the species was chosen to represent the unitary authority of Nottingham as its county flower.