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CHILDING PINK Petrorhagia nanteulii (Height to 40cm) is a slender annual with greyish leaves and stem. The flowers are 6-8mm across and terminal (Jul-Sep). Childing Pink grows on stabilised coastal shingle. More widespread in the past, nowadays it is only reliably seen at Pagham Harbour in Sussex, where it is very locally common; small colony in E Hants.
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CHILDING PINK Petrorhagia nanteulii (Height to 40cm) is a slender annual with greyish leaves and stem. The flowers are 6-8mm across and terminal (Jul-Sep). Childing Pink grows on stabilised coastal shingle. More widespread in the past, nowadays it is only reliably seen at Pagham Harbour in Sussex, where it is very locally common; small colony in E Hants.

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Date: 1 Jul 2013
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Credit: PAUL STERRY/NPL
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