Catchfly Silene Armeria. Very hardy in poor soils and performs well under extreme heat. Attracts bumble bees, skippers and hawkmoths.
Some naturalized plants native to europe are spilling and growing wild on the roadside. The leaves grow like a stalk and are opposite to. Popular catchfly flower types, species, and cultivars.
Also Called Sweet William Catchfly, This Plant Is One Of The Very Easiest Wildflowers To Grow.
Primavera (en inviernos muy benignos puede sembrarse en otoño) tipo de siembra: Native to europe, it has escaped gardens and naturalized in eastern and central north america, as well as the. Silene armeria is a catchfly that is native to europe, but has escaped gardens and naturalized over time in parts of eastern and central north america and the pacific northwest.
Invasive Species Compete Directly With Native Species For.
Very hardy in poor soils and performs well under extreme heat. While there are almost 900 species in the silene genus, several varieties are commonly found in the landscape and growing in the wild. Directly sow seeds outdoors in a prepared seedbed.
It Is A Herbaceous Perennial Most Often Grown As An Annual, As It Readily Propagates From Seed.
Identity taxonomic tree list of pests summary. Silene armeria (garden catchfly) is listed in the invasive plant atlas of the united states. Endangered and threatened species, and for 18% of u.s.
Some Naturalized Plants Native To Europe Are Spilling And Growing Wild On The Roadside.
Catchfly seeds 6885 (silene armeria). Press the silene pendula triumph seed into the soil but do not cover them. Height in bloom is usually 12 to 18 inches.
Catchfly Seeds Can Be Sown Throughout The Season.
This map is incomplete and is based only on current site and county level reports made by experts and records obtained from usda plants database. Silene armeria , sweet william catchfly, or muscitri nadeshiko (scientific name: Silene armeria (garden catchfly) index.