Silene pendula (Cultivated)

Silene pendula L., Sp. Pl. 418 1753. (Syn: Silene cisplatensis Cambess.);

Drooping catchfly, Nodding catchfly;

Avantipur on June 20, 2010- Kashmir;  Silene pendula from Kashmir - efloraofindia | Google Groups
Caryophyllaceae Week: Silene pendula from Kashmir: Silene pendula L., Sp. pl. 1:418. 1753 
Common names: Drooping catchfly, Nodding catchfly
Cultivated ornamental herb up to 25 cm tall, pubescent, branched above; leaves opposite, ovate-lanceolate to elliptic-oblong, 3-5 cm long; flowers pink to flesh coloured, in loose cymes, pendulous, 15-20 mm across; pedicels shorter than hirsute 10-nerved calyx, latter inflated at anhesis; petals 2-lobed, with scales at base of limb. 
Commonly grown as ornamental. Photographed from Avantipur, Kashmir on June 20, 2010
I don't remember observing any Silene so far. Great to see your many many uploads of different Silene species.