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Birdseye Pearlwort

Latin Name: Sagina Procumbens

Native to Eurasia, but now found throughout the United States and southern Canada, particularly in the cooler climates.

Boccones Sandspurry

Latin Name: Spergularia Bocconii

Native to Europe and now found widely along the Pacific Coast states.

Bouncing Bet

Latin Name: Saponaria Officinalis

Introduced from Europe as a garden plant, and now found throughout the United States and southern Canada, often as an escape along roadsides or in disturbed lots.

Common Chickweed

Latin Name: Stellaria Media

Introduced from Europe, and now widely distributed throughout the United States and Canada.

Cone Catchfly

Latin Name: Silene Conoidea

Introduced from Eurasia as an ornamental plant, and now found occasionally along the West Coast in fields, roadsides, and other disturbed habitats.

Corn Spurry

Latin Name: Spergula Arvensis

Introduced from Europe, and naturalized throughout the western United States, somewhat in the eastern part of the country.

Dwarf Pearlwort

Latin Name: Sagina Apetala

Native to Europe and widely distributed in the western United States.

English Catchfly

Latin Name: Silene Gallica

Native to Europe but now widely distributed in the United States.

Four-leaved Polycarp

Latin Name: Polycarpon Tetraphyllum

Introduced into the United States from Europe, and found in Texas, California, Oregon, the southeast states and in Pennsylvania, as well as in Hawaii.

Grey Herniaria

Latin Name: Herniaria Hirsuta cinerea

Native to southern Europe, and now found from Arizona through California to Arizona, in Wisconsin and the Northeast.

Knawel

Latin Name: Scleranthus Annuus

Introduced from Europe, and found throughout the eastern half of the United States and Canada, as well as in California and the Pacific Northwest.

Little Starwort

Latin Name: Stellaria Graminea

Native to Europe, but introduced to North America, where it now is found throughout the northern two thirds of the United States and in southern Canada.

Mouse-ear Chickweed

Latin Name: Cerastium Vulgatum

Native to Europe, and now found throughout most of the United States and southern Canada.

Red Sandspurry

Latin Name: Spergularia Rubra

Introduced from Europe, and now found throughout the western half of North America to Alaska, and in the northeastern quarter of the U.S. and into eastern Canada.

Sargent's Catchfly

Latin Name: Silene Sargentii

A native perennial that is found sporadically in the western U.S., in California and Nevada.

Sticky Chickweed

Latin Name: Cerastium Glomeratum

Native to Europe, and now found throughout the United States.

White Campion

Latin Name: Silene Alba

Native to Europe, and introduced to North America as a garden plant. It easily escapes cultivation and now is found throughout the United States with the exception of the extreme southern states, and throughout Canada north to Alaska.

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