Common tar, or firecracker 30 PCS fresh seeds, Silene vulgaris
Common tar, or firecracker (lat. Silene vulgaris)
A perennial herbaceous plant with a height of 40-100 cm, naked, with an erect stem. The leaves are lanceolate or ovate-lanceolate, up to 10 cm long and up to 30 mm wide; glaucous; the lower ones are narrowed into a short petiole. Flowers on short pedicels. The calyx is swollen, glabrous, 13-18 mm long and 7-10 mm wide, with 20 veins. The petals are 1.5-2 times longer than the sepals, white, with a dissected bend. The fruit is a spherical capsule. It blooms in June—September, bears fruit from July. The roots are short, not branched. They are easily pulled out of the ground.