Silene latifolia. Pink Family. June - Aug.
Found in fields, roadsides, waste places. Canada south to New Jersey, Illinois and Iowa. Naturalized from Europe.
White, 5 divisions, divisions deeply 2 -lobed, flower cup much inflated; terminating branches 8 - 18 inches high.
Lychnis alba. Pink Family. July - Sept.
Plant 1 - 2 feet high. Found in waste places. Adventive from Old World.
White or pink, fragrant, opening in the evening; divisions 5, deeply cleft, sticky and hairy beneath the flower. Small clusters terminate branches.
Opposite, leaves and stems hairy.