Definition of Garden pink

1. Noun. Any of various flowers of plants of the genus Dianthus cultivated for their fragrant flowers.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Garden Pink

garden huckleberry
garden leave
garden lettuce
garden loosestrife
garden nasturtium
garden office
garden orache
garden party
garden path
garden path sentence
garden path sentences
garden paths
garden pea
garden pea plant
garden pepper cress
garden pink (current term)
garden plant
garden rake
garden rhubarb
garden rocket
garden roller
garden shears
garden snail
garden sorrel
garden spade
garden spider
garden strawberry
garden symphilid
garden tool
garden trowel

Literary usage of Garden pink

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1. Landscape Gardening: Notes and Suggestions on Lawns and Lawn Planting by Samuel Parsons (1895)
"... out of which one could, day after day, gather rich treasures, and yet leave its beauty apparently undimmed. Everybody garden pink. ..."

2. Chamber's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge (1891)
"The varieties of the garden pink and the pheasant-eye pink, which are usually designated the florists' pink, are of much less antiquity than the carnation ..."

3. A History of the Vegetable Kingdom: Embracing the Physiology of Plants, with by William Rhind (1857)
"Pinks have only been known as garden flowers from a very modern date; indeed, the garden pink is supposed by many to be only a sub-species, or, perhaps, ..."

4. Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society by Royal Horticultural Society (Great Britain). (1900)
"It passes in about three or four generations into a double garden Pink ... every generation by the pollen of the garden Pink, said to be D. plumarius. ..."

5. The American Home Garden: Being Principles and Rules for the Culture of by Alexander Watson (1859)
"A cutting of the smaller, or garden Pink, made with the ... The smaller, or garden Pink, is usually raised from cuttings, as Fig. ..."

6. The American Home Garden: Being Principles and Rules for the Culture of by Alexander Watson (1859)
"A cutting of the smaller, or garden Pink, made with the knife. g. A pink " piping," made by drawing out, without using the knife. ..."

7. Landscape Gardening: Notes and Suggestions on Lawns and Lawn Planting by Samuel Parsons (1895)
"... out of which one could, day after day, gather rich treasures, and yet leave its beauty apparently undimmed. Everybody garden pink. ..."

8. Chamber's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge (1891)
"The varieties of the garden pink and the pheasant-eye pink, which are usually designated the florists' pink, are of much less antiquity than the carnation ..."

9. A History of the Vegetable Kingdom: Embracing the Physiology of Plants, with by William Rhind (1857)
"Pinks have only been known as garden flowers from a very modern date; indeed, the garden pink is supposed by many to be only a sub-species, or, perhaps, ..."

10. Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society by Royal Horticultural Society (Great Britain). (1900)
"It passes in about three or four generations into a double garden Pink ... every generation by the pollen of the garden Pink, said to be D. plumarius. ..."

11. The American Home Garden: Being Principles and Rules for the Culture of by Alexander Watson (1859)
"A cutting of the smaller, or garden Pink, made with the ... The smaller, or garden Pink, is usually raised from cuttings, as Fig. ..."

12. The American Home Garden: Being Principles and Rules for the Culture of by Alexander Watson (1859)
"A cutting of the smaller, or garden Pink, made with the knife. g. A pink " piping," made by drawing out, without using the knife. ..."

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