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Silene armeria


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Silene armeria 'Electra'

Special Plants Nursery Available as seeds or plants
Blue-grey leaves covered in brilliant hot pink flowers for 6 weeks. Hardy annual, self sows 18

Agrecol Prairie Plants

Applewood Seed Co. Prairie Plants

Beauty Beyond Belief Wildflowers

Comstock Seed Prairie Plants

Ernst Conservation Seeds Prairie Plants

Granite Seed Company Ground Covers

JFNew & Associates Prairie Plants

Mountain Valley Seed, Inc. Seeds-Garden

Rainier Seeds, Inc. Prairie Plants

Seeds Trust Herbs

Stock Seed Farms Prairie Plants

Sunmark Seeds International, Inc. Herbs

The Herb Garden & Historical Plant Nursery Rarer herbs, rare natives & wild flowers; rare & unusual & historical perennials & old roses.

Wildseed Farms Herbs

Wind River Seed Prairie Plants

Silene armeria (None-so-Pretty) Wildflower Seeds

Everwilde Farms A Native Wildflower Seed Farm (1 product)
Sweet-William Catchfly earned it's name from the sticky sap which is excreted onto the stems in which various small insects are ensnared. Wonderful for a meadow's first year, gorgeous clusters of small rose/purple flowers appear in only six to eight

Nature Hills Nursery (1 product)
The Catchfly None-So-Pretty, 'Silene armeria', has a spectacular hot pink color all spring, summer, and fall. Planted in mass, Catchfly has an absolutely breathtaking impact. The sticky stems captures insects, hence the name. The flowers are