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    I love Thrift. Also known as Sea-pink.

    1. Ola Fosheim Grøstad 108 months ago | reply

      What a girly-pinkish collection :)

    2. londondan 108 months ago | reply

      Nice shot. Funny the way that they're all squashed together the way they are. Strength in numbers to protect from the attacking daisies? :)

    3. Aldenhoven 108 months ago | reply

      Well known for attracting Clives.

    4. estherase 108 months ago | reply

      My mum always said "Pink to make the boys wink". But then, she is a bit odd.

    5. tejana 106 months ago | reply

      I've never seen this before ... very charming... lovely shot!

    6. Aldenhoven 106 months ago | reply

      Is your mother available for further comment?

    7. J Mark Dodds [a shadow of my future self] 100 months ago | reply

      Sorry to come so late to this topic, I'm new here. It's a nice picture but there's nothing more special about it than it being endowed (now there's a loaded word) simply with the habit in which thrift grows. It's the way people 'see' and the way 'pink' has some connotation that is not to do with colour, ahem, exactly.

    8. martinsanford 69 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Suffolk Flora, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    9. Jubaea 55 months ago | reply

      Thank you for your contribution to Lawn substitutes !

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