Originally misidentified as Silene nutans
Widespread and local distribution on shingle
and by the shore on cliffs and rocky places with a minimum of soil.
Grows better in gardens next to the shingle foreshore
than on the shingle itself.
Information wanted: Please send any records of this plant, with
location, date, who discovered it, how it was identified, prevalence, common
name and any other details to
Project EMail Glaucus@hotmail.com.
All messages will receive a reply.
Link to FLOWERING PLANTS OF THE SHINGLE