Day 150: White Campion

“White campion grows in most open habitats, particularly wasteland and fields, most commonly on neutral to alkaline soils. Despite the wide array of conditions in which campion can thrive, it prefers sunny areas that have rich and well-drained soil. It is also named the Grave Flower or Flower of the Dead in parts of England as they are seen often growing on gravesites and around tombstones.” To read more click here

14 thoughts on “Day 150: White Campion

  1. I dislike seeing plastic/artificial flowers put on graves. Mother would put them on my father’s grave. I guess it’s OK as they were pretty with all the flowers on Memorial Day. I would like just some pretty little weeds on mine. Or growing out of my ashes. πŸ™‚


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