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Bladder Campion


Bladder Campion has 5 deeply cleft white flowers with purple veins, each with a distinctive, inflated calyx (the joined sepals beneath the flower), resembling a bladder. The leaves are oval and wavy, ending in a point.

Common in the south in dry, grassy places, often on calcarous and sandy soils. Rare or absent in the north. In flower in late spring and the summer months.




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