Silene inaperta is native to Eurasia and northern Africa, but it was introduced to the U.S. about 200 years ago and is now fairly widespread across northern U.S. and southern Canada. More Information: While white campion is well controlled in its native range, it's consid is a species of flowering plant in the family Caryophyllaceae known by several common names, including common catchfly, small-flowered catchfly, and windmill pink.
It is native to Eurasia and North Africa, but it can be found throughout much of the temperate world as a common roadside weed.ered to be an invasive plant in the North America.
This plant might be poisonous
How to get rid of:
Common groundsel is best controlled by eliminating the plant before it flowers. Since seeds can still mature even if the plant itself is killed, it is imperative to remove the plant from the area if there is any evidence of flowering. Seeds of common groundsel are not long-lived, usually remaining viable for about one year. Therefore, controlling this weed before flowering will have a great impact on the size of the next year's population.