Pure white flowers. Often growing on the edge of cornfields or hedgerows. 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.
Sun either Partial or Full
Most Soils OK
Prefers a sunny position, with rich, well-drained soil – but is quite flexible to grow in most areas.
Mainly pollinated at night by moths. During the day attracts bees, hoverflies and butterflies.