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  • Spanish
    • Atrapamoscas
  • Scientific Names
    • Silene gallica
    • Silene anglica
  • English
    • common catchfly
    • Small-flowered Catchfly
    • English Catchfly
    • small-flower catchfly
    • Catchfly
    • Windmill Pink

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Recent observations

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What

common catchfly Silene gallica

Date

November 30, 2014

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common catchfly Silene gallica

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lisa_bennett

Date

December 20, 2015

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common catchfly Silene gallica

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pwarren

Date

December 12, 2015 11:53 AM NZDT

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common catchfly Silene gallica

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d_kluza

Date

December 13, 2015

Place

(Somewhere...)

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common catchfly Silene gallica

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joepb

Date

November 19, 2015 04:42 PM NZDT

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common catchfly Silene gallica

Date

November 21, 2015

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common catchfly Silene gallica

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lisa_bennett

Date

November 16, 2015

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common catchfly Silene gallica

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meurkc

Date

November 21, 2015

Description

in sown ryegrass pasture

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common catchfly Silene gallica

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nzwide

Date

November 22, 2015

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Square

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common catchfly Silene gallica

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mike68lusk

Date

November 5, 2015

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Square

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common catchfly Silene gallica

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aunty

Date

November 2, 2015 11:03 AM NZDT

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What

common catchfly Silene gallica

Observer

kiwifergus

Date

October 28, 2015 12:14 PM NZDT

Description

I'm tempted to try this as a companion for tomatoes to combat psyllid

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Description from Wikipedia

Silene gallica is a species of flowering plant in the pink family known by several common names, including common catchfly, small-flowered catchfly, and windmill pink. It is native to Eurasia and North Africa, but it can be found throughout much of the temperate world as a common roadside weed. It is an annual herb growing up to 40 or 45 centimeters tall, its branching stem coated in long, curling hairs and shorter, glandular hairs. The lance-shaped...

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