Definition of Dianthus plumarius

1. Noun. European pink cultivated for its very fragrant pink or rosy flowers.

Exact synonyms: Cottage Pink, Grass Pink
Generic synonyms: Garden Pink, Pink



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dianthus Plumarius

Dianamania
Diane
Diane de Poitiers
Dianetics
Diangus gratianopolitanus
Diann
Dianna
Dianne
Dianthus
Dianthus barbatus
Dianthus caryophyllus
Dianthus chinensis
Dianthus chinensis heddewigii
Dianthus deltoides
Dianthus latifolius
Dianthus plumarius (current term)
Dianthus supurbus
Diapensiaceae
Diapensiales
Diapheromera femorata
Diapsida
Diaptomus
Dias
Diaspididae
Diaspora
Diatomophyceae
Diaz
Dibothriocephalus
Dibothriocephalus latus
Dibranchia

Literary usage of Dianthus plumarius

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Annals and Magazine of Natural History by William Jardine (1841)
"On the Irish localities for Dianthus plumarius.—The Dianthus plumarius has no claim to a place in the Irish Flora, being evidently an outcast from gardens ..."

2. The Phytologist: A Popular Botanical Miscellany edited by George Luxford, Edward Newman (1842)
"Dianthus plumarius and Dia. Caryophyllus. The Dianthus plumarius from Ludlow Castle and D. Caryophyllus from Rochester Castle, cultivated together, ..."

3. The American Home Garden: Being Principles and Rules for the Culture of by Alexander Watson (1859)
"Varieties of the garden Pink, Dianthus plumarius, are more or less common every where; but the larger Picotee, or " spotted" Pink, and the striped, ..."

4. The American Home Garden: Being Principles and Rules for the Culture of by Alexander Watson (1859)
"Varieties of the garden Pink, Dianthus plumarius, are more or less common every where; but the larger Picotee, or " spotted" Pink, and the striped, ..."

5. Transactions by Massachusetts Horticultural Society (1913)
"Thaddeus Hall of Wellesley Hills showed a select lot of varieties of Dianthus plumarius, the result of many years of careful selection. ..."

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