Silene stellata is also known as Starry Campion, Widow’s Frill. It is part of the Caryophyllaceae family of plants. Silene stellata is erect, branching perennial. It is native to the Eastern United States. The foliage is lance-shaped. It produces clusters of white-fringed, 5 petaled, tubular flowers. It flowers in late spring to late summer. Silene stellata grows to about 3ft or 90cm.
Plant Silene stellata in the sun or partial shade, in dry to medium moist soil which is well-drained. Silene stellata is a drought-tolerant plant. Seeds mature 2-3 weeks after flowering. Propagate from seed or cuttings or divisions. It is generally disease-free and pest-free. Seeds require stratification before sowing. The flowers attract bees, moths, and butterflies which help the pollination process.