Night-flowering catchfly, Nightflowering silene, Clammy cockle (lat. Melandrium noctiflorum Fri, Silene noctiflora L.)
An annual herbaceous plant with a height of 50-90 cm, with an erect simple or fork-branched stem. The seeds are small, brown, finely-tubercled, numerous. Blooms in June - July. The lower leaves are obovate, sharp, narrowed into a petiole; the upper ones are sessile, oblong, strongly narrowed up, sharp. The flowers are few, with elongated opposite branches, dirty-white or pink, collected in a loose half-cone. The night dream grows in thickets of bushes, on the edges of forests.