This ascendant, bushy annual regenerates freely from seed and occurs as a casual or naturalised garden escape on rubbish tips and waste ground. Lowland.
S. pendula was cultivated in Britain by 1731 and is often grown for its pendant pink flowers. It has been known in the wild since 1898 (Dorset), but has declined dramatically since then.
Native of Italy.
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