Silene uniflora 'Compacta'
Also called Rock Campion, Double Bladder Campion
More About Silene uniflora 'Compacta'
- AKA Silene maritima 'Compacta'
- Cushion-forming, trailing, semi-evergreen foliage
- Fleshy, gray-green, lance-shaped leaves, 2 cm long
- Leaves are fringed with fine hairs
- White to pale pink flowers with deeply cut petals
- Suitable for along walkways or between flagstones
- Can handle light foot traffic
- Bloom Time: Early to late summer
Sea Campion Growing and Maintenance Tips
Plant in an average to moist, or average to dry, well-drained soil, in full sun to partial shade. Drought tolerant once established, and if flowers are trimmed when spent, it will help maintain a tight, compact habit.
Silene uniflora 'Compacta' Characteristics
Moist to Average
Average to Dry Soils