Silene regia Royal Catchfly
Ohio Native Plant Natural Range
Cultivation Information Royal Catchfly
Support - This beauty does best if planted near other native plants that provide support and structure The white unusual design and texture of Wild Quinine flowers (Parthenium integrifolium) make a stunning combination
Family – Caryophyllaceae
Wildlife Significance Royal Catchfly
For more details on this plant visit the Illinois Wildflower website.
Propagation Notes Royal Catchfly
Germination - High rate of success, seeds do best when only covered with vermiculite and not soil.
Location - Young plants require a dry, sunny location - An overly shady moist area creates poor quality plants Silene regia stems are very sticky making them difficult to move as the season progresses