Also known as bladder campion or maidenstears. Young leaves and shoots are commonly cooked or eaten raw in salads. They have a sweet, slightly bitter flavor that adds a fresh bite. Not to be confused with Silene latifolia which is also commonly refereed to as blader campion.
|Uses||edible*(leaves), herb/spice, medicinal|
|Notes||may self seed|
|Breed Status||Open Pollinated|
|Synonyms||Silene inflata, Silene cucubalus|
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