In the natural order Carophyllaceae (pink family) the dichasial form of inflorescence is very general.
Lychnis, lik′nis, n. a genus of erect ornamental herbs of the pink family—campions or wall-flowers.
Sagina, sa-jī′na, n. a genus of polypetalous plants of the pink family.
For instance, in the pink family red and white blossoms prevail, and there are no blue shades.
The two highest families are the purslane family (Portulacaceæ) and pink family (Caryophylleæ).
Endless are the ranks of the saxifrage family in white; countless the numbers of the pink family.
The pink family is represented by many common and often showy plants.
Soapwort belongs to a large group of plants called the Caryophyllaceæ, or pink family.
Bouncing-bet and her comely hearty cousins of the pink family made delightsome many a corner of our home garden.