Silene gallica, a
European annual herb, inhabits wild in colonies in seashores
throughout the country and grows to 20-30cm in height, with divaricate hairs throughout, plus glandular hairs on upper parts.
Leave are 2-4cm long, spatulate on lower legs, and oblanceolate on
upper parts with tips pointed. The stem's upper portions put about
7mm-in-diameter flowers in a racemose way; petals are white with
significantly large, prominent red-purple spots. Calyx tubes equip
ten veins tinged red-brown, which swell up in an oval shape after
flowers. Bloom time: May-June.