A vignette of these pretty little flowers growing in our garden in the North-East of England. The name of the variety is “Raspberry Sundae” – perhaps because they look sweet enough to eat! They are called “pinks”, not because of their colour, but because of the edge of their petals, which look as if they have been cut out of cloth with dressmakers’ pinking shears.
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