soils are favoured by this attractive wild pink. It sometimes
establishes itself on old walls and stonework, but more often
in pastures and on hillsides. Its foliage is grass-like and forms
loose tufts, and its stems, branching near the base, are about
a foot long. The flowers are about three-quarters of an inch across,
rose-coloured with white dots, and with toothed edges to the petals.
They are not scented.