What is another word for White Campion?

Pronunciation: [wˈa͡ɪt kˈampi͡ən] (IPA)

White Campion, also known as Silene latifolia, is a flowering plant that belongs to the carnation family. This plant is known for its white petals and fragrant aroma. The White Campion can also be referred to as Bladder Campion, White Cockle, Maiden's Tears, or Evening Lychnis. It thrives in a variety of soils and habitats, including meadows, gardens, and hedgerows. The plant's leaves are also occasionally used in traditional medicine, but the White Campion is primarily grown for its beauty and ornamental value. Whether you call it White Campion or one of its other common names, this lovely plant is a popular choice among gardeners and nature enthusiasts alike.

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