maiden pink

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Synonyms for maiden pink

low-growing loosely mat-forming Eurasian pink with a single pale pink flower with a crimson center

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Maiden pink flowers from <B Northumberland National Park
There are two sites of Special Scientific Interest, a flower-rich hay meadow and Hirllwyn Bank which supports many rare plants, including the maiden pink and the upright chickweed.
Aidan O'Brien runs four, including Festival Hall, third in the National Stakes on his debut but a beaten odds-on favourite in a Cork maiden last week, and maiden Pink Coral, which ran a cracker when a close fourth to Juvenia in the Group 1 Prix Marcel Boussac at Longchamp.
They include field garlic, chives, maiden pink, long-stalked cranesbill, heath pearlwort, common rockrose and burnet rose.
But the sub-soil conditions provided by the Whin Sill are also ideal for nationally scarce plant species, such as Maiden Pink, Chives and Spignel, as well as Alchemilla Micans, a plant considered to be under serious threat.
New offerings include Lathyrus latifolius, a late-summer sweet pea in red, pink and white on 4- to 8-foot-tall climbing vines; Molly Sanderson pansies, jet-black and 6 to 8 inches tall against soft green foliage for low borders and shady spots; and the Hot Spot Garden, a combination of plants - hibiscus, Russian sage, black-eyed Susans, orange glories, maiden pinks and Stella D'Oro day lillies - that will cover an area 4 by 8 1/2 feet, blooming even in very hot weather.