Silene campanulata subsp. glandulosa Hitchc. & Maguire (redirected from: Silene greenei)
Family: Caryophyllaceae
[Silene campanulata var. orbiculata B.L.Rob.,  more]
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Patrick Alexander  
Stems 15-50 cm, glandular-pubescent or eglandular, hairs long, 5 times as long as broad or longer, not scabrous. Leaf blades lanceolate to ovate, usually wider than 10 mm. Petals creamy white. 2n = 48. Flowering summer. Chaparral, open coniferous forest, rocky areas, coastal slopes; 100-2300 m; Calif., Oreg. Subspecies glandulosa is found in the Cascades and Sierra Nevada. Eglandular plants have been treated by some workers as var. (or subsp.) greenei, a distinction that is of doubtful value.

Silene campanulata subsp. glandulosa image
Patrick Alexander  
Silene campanulata subsp. glandulosa image
Patrick Alexander  
Silene campanulata subsp. glandulosa image
Silene campanulata subsp. glandulosa image
Silene campanulata subsp. glandulosa image
Silene campanulata subsp. glandulosa image