Silene vulgaris · paprastoji naktižiedė

arba girgždukas EN · bladder campion, maidenstears DE · Taubenkropf-Leimkraut, Gewöhnliches Leimkraut, Aufgeblasenes Leimkraut, Klatschnelke, Knirrkohl PL · lepnica rozdęta RU · смолёвка обыкнове́нная, хлопу́шка The young shoots and the leaves may be used as food in some countries. The tender leaves may be eaten raw in salads. The older leaves are usually eaten boiled or fried, sauteed with garlic.