How To Use Wild pink In A Sentence

  • Banks of black-eyed Susans with outdoor ferns, bowers of snowy dogwood in season and the fluffy wild pink azalea are very decorative, and so are the spring and early summer shrubs: syringa, deutzia, flowering almond and Japanese snowball. Entertaining Made Easy
  • The flower pictured in a photo caption accompanying the Science Journal column on Friday was a wild pink, also known as a Carolina pink (Silene caroliniana), not a rhodora, as incorrectly stated. Corrections & Amplifications
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