What is Silene latifolia
Silene latifolia (Scientific name: Silene alba) is a native of Europe to West Asia and is a perennial of the family Caryophyllaceae. In the summer, it makes put flower stems out and add a fragrant white flower to the divergent inflorescence stretching from the tip. Flowers are five valve plants, flower petals are heart shaped, and the tip is broken wiggly.
Name: Silene latifolia , Scientific name: Silene alba, Origin: Europe to Western Asia, Japan's inhabitation Distribution: Hokkaido to Honshu, Environment: Mountain grassland and forest edge, life type: perennial plant, plant height: 30 to 60 cm, stems stand upright well branching, leaf shape: lanceolate shape, leaf blade: 2 to 4 cm , Leaf margin: birth, leaf margin: all edges, radial symmetric flower, bisexual flower, inflorescence form: discrete inflorescence, flower diameter: 2 cm, petal number: 5, stamens number: 10, flower color: white, flowering period: June o July, fruit type: fruits, uses: gardening, potted plant, cut flowers