Silene regia Royal Catchfly

$8.00
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Silene regia (Royal Catchfly) 2-4ft when blooming; very bright red summer blooms; butterfly nectar plant. Full sun to partial shade.
Needs well-drained soils. Zone 5-9
1gallon size

Reviews

  • 5
    Royal Catchlily

    Posted by Barbara Benson on 27th Mar 2019

    This arrived as a small plant but quite healthy. Doing well in my garden.

  • 5
    Silene regia

    Posted by NativesOnly on 11th Feb 2019

    I can't find enough good things to say about Royal Catchfly and the health of the plants that were purchased. This was my first purchase of Silene regia from MON. If you have an open area, a prairie or just about any mixed native wildflower bed, these babies are worth trying. They can grow in well drained soils, rocky areas, as well as clay. They take draught and heat reasonably well.

    I only water during blooming period(s) if necessary to keep them in good shape. Hummingbirds have a hard time resisting this native prairie beauty. I've seen Silene regia bloom as early as June here in the piedmont of SC and as late as early November! Like I said, I can't find enough great things to say about this magnificently red beauty in the Pink family.

  • 5
    silene regia

    Posted by Marchelle on 13th Jun 2018

    Nice, healthy plants received. Getting babied in this hot west Texas summer and hoping they do well.

  • 5
    Silene regia

    Posted by Green Gardener on 27th Oct 2015

    I had previously purchased this plant from local nurseries in smaller sizes. I was impressed by the availability of Silene regia in a gallon size, by mail order and at this low price. I was quite pleased with the condition, appearance and size of this plant upon arrival in Colorado. The plant was plump, full and with more leaves that I had ever purchased locally.

  • 3
    Bought in the heat of summer

    Posted by Unknown on 11th Aug 2015

    First off, the two silenes were ordered in the heat of summer. The company does not guarantee safe arrival this time of year which I understood, but this plant is so hard to come by that I took a chance while somebody had it to sell. I ordered two, and they were very well packaged but, on arrival, one seemed in very bad shape with most leaves already dead. The other had the stem broken off close to the rootball. One will, for sure, live, the other probably won't survive. This is August and Seattle is having a record setting heat wave. I knew what I was getting in to buying mail order plants this time of year. If one survives I'll be happy. I'd say this is a good mail order nursery with a diverse plant selection and I will be buying from them again come springtime.

  • 5
    really cool

    Posted by Bonnie on 3rd Aug 2015

    very happy with my order... AWESOME

  • 5
    Outstanding rare plant in perfect near-blooming condition

    Posted by Don Higgins on 7th Jun 2015

    Perfect packing, very healthy wildflower. It has taken to its new location like a dream and I expect it to bloom soon.

  • 5
    5 stars period!

    Posted by Aziz on 12th May 2015

    Great service , shipping was fast and everything as expected , a great place to do business with thanks