Greater Stitchwort
Stellaria holostea

This shot was taken just outside a small village called Widley in Hampshire. In the wild this plant is often found in hedgebanks, open woods and wood margins. Their stems are weak so it uses surrounding plants for support. The lovely white flowers of greater stitchwort are made up of five deeply divided petals. The rigid, narrow, rough edged leaves have no stalk and hug the square stem tightly in opposite pairs.