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Silene

History and Origin:

Silene is a genus within the Caryophyllaceae family, native to the northern hemisphere. They are most commonly referred to as ‘campion’ or ‘catchfly’. The genus was first described by Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus in the 1700’s.

About:

Silene are annuals, biennials, or herbaceous evergreen perennials with attractive foliage and clusters of intriguing lantern-shaped blooms that flower throughout the summer months. They are best suited to flower beds and borders within cottage, informal and wildflower gardens. You should expect to see Silene grow to an approximate height of 1m (40”) and a spread of 50cm (20”).

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