Pink flowers make any moment magical. Don`t you agree? Delicate, sweet and romantic. They bring the atmosphere for any special occasion. Gorgeous also for decorating your home or garden, they will look so beautiful anywhere you would like to use them. There are so many different types of pink flowers that it is really easy to get lost in them. Wouldn`t you like some help? We are glad to give you a hand in choosing.
'Alice du Pont' Mandevilla
Rare pink flowers are what we all really love finding. Imagine having those on your porch or garden. Bright 'Alice du Pont' Mandevilla pink flowers that look like trumpets will make any place look even more beautiful and unique. A bright pink color will decorate any spot, making it fully colorful and exotic.Soil Needs: Well-Drained Sunlight Needs: Full Sun/Partial Shade Growing Zones: 10 - 11
'Ann Folkard' Geranium
There are so many colors that make Geranium look gorgeous. However, we believe that this bright pink one is the best. A small flower with delicate petals that make its appearance really beautiful. A great idea for those who love gardening and caring for flowers as this specific one loves attention. Don`t worry though. It will thank you with its beauty throughout the season.Soil Needs: Moist, Well-Drained Sunlight Needs: Partial Shade Growing Zones: 5 - 10
'Catherine Woodbury' Daylily
A delicate and elegant flower that stands out among other pink flowers for sure. With a light gradient effect, it makes pink lightly fade into yellow, making this flower look super rare and gorgeous. Don`t you agree? Plant it in your garden and enjoy it every day. There are so many pros of picking this flower, and the biggest one is that you won`t have to spend hours taking care of it.Soil Needs: Well-Drained Soil Sunlight Needs: Full Sun Growing Zones: 4 - 9
'Raspberry Wine' Bee Balm
'Raspberry Wine' Bee Balm is one of the best pink flowers that you will be able to find. Perfect for any gardener, they will fill up the air with a smell of mint and basil. And their appearance will attract butterflies to your beautiful garden.Soil Needs: Well-Drained Soil Sunlight Needs: Full Sun/Partial Shade Growing Zones: 4 - 9
This pink plant is what every gardener prefers to have in the garden. Can`t you agree? It doesn`t only look beautiful with its round pink petals that have white and yellow in the middle, it also craves little of attention. Loves the cool weather and can be planted early in the season, decorating your garden or window boxes.Soil Needs: Well-Drained Soil Sunlight Needs: Full Sun/Partial Shade Growing Zones: 4 - 9
“Wow”- is what nearly every person has in mind when he or she notices this beautiful Allium flower. Reminding of a bubble, it looks magnificent in any garden. With small and bright petals, it makes the rounded form look even more unique. Isn`t it what you would like to have in your garden?Soil Needs: Well-Drained Soil Sunlight Needs: Full Sun/Partial Shade Growing Zones: 3 - 9
What do you think of pink Ires? The flower itself is gorgeous. So, imagine it in a light pink color that makes it look even more beautiful. Rare and magnificent, it will complete your landscape design fully, making it look delicate and elegant at the same time.Soil Needs: Well-Drained Soil Sunlight Needs: Full Sun Growing Zones: 3 - 10
If you are looking for a rare flower form, here it is. A dome that is created by its long petals is what you can rarely see in any flower. They look pretty and interesting at the same time and will catch attention of any people who visit your garden.Soil Needs: Well-Drained Soil Sunlight Needs: Full Sun/Partial Shade Growing Zones: 5 - 8
A daisy-like flower that will attract butterflies and bees to your garden and make it look delicate with its petite appearance. An annual flower that blooms in warm conditions will be present in your garden throughout the period of summer. What is perfect about them is their ability to grow in garden boxes and containers. In addition, if you want to have a beautiful bouquet, these flowers will do the job for you!Soil Needs: Well-Drained Soil Sunlight Needs: Full Sun Growing Zones: 2 - 11
Are you looking for a flower that can be both planted indoors and outdoors? Then this cyclamen is just perfect! Being the flowers that grow and bloom in winter and spring, they will make the magical atmosphere anywhere you decide to place them. Dark or light pink colors are available. So, pick the one you prefer the most and decorate your life with such gorgeous flowers.Soil Needs: Well-Drained Soil Sunlight Needs: Full Sun Growing Zones: 5 - 7
Tulips are one of the most beautiful flowers on our planet, don`t you think? They make our gardens so gorgeous that it astounds us sometimes. Being great for special occasions, especially the ones in spring, they will make any day brighter and more beautiful. So, choose the pink ones and we promise you they will be so great for anything.Soil Needs: Well-Drained Soil Sunlight Needs: Full Sun Growing Zones: 8 - 10
'Pink Discovery' Azalea
Vivid pink flowers of Azalea will make their presence in your life so colorful. Isn`t it what you`re looking for? Small and delicate, they will bring you just the right exotic and romantic mood you need. Trust us, they will grant the spring mood to you as quickly as possible, as it`s their favorite season. Though you should be careful as the flower has poisonous leaves.Soil Needs: Well-Drained Soil Sunlight Needs: Full Sun/Partial Shade Growing Zones: 6 - 9
Do you remember these hollyhock flowers from your childhood? Tall but delicate at the same time, these pink flowers will fulfill your yard with beauty and great sweet memories. Full Sun and minimal care is what they need the most, isn`t it perfect? We think it surely is!Soil Needs: Moist, Well-Drained Soil Sunlight Needs: Full Sun Growing Zones: 3 - 8
What is the flirtiest pink flower you can think of? As for us, it`s a pink Dahlia. Full of small petals that create a round form, this flower is surely a great addition not only to any gardener`s heaven but also to any bouquet for a special occasion.Soil Needs: Moist, Well-Drained Sunlight Needs: Full Sun Growing Zones: 8 - 10
A great addition to any garden, this Maiden Pink flower is an evergreen beauty. Don`t you agree? A small body with thin petals that form a good-looking flower is what makes it so special. Also, small dots and cuts that make it imperfectly perfect are amazing.Soil Needs: Well-Drained Alkaline Soil Sunlight Needs: Full Sun Growing Zones: 3 - 9
Awesome-looking flowers that will appear so special in your garden. Fluffy and rich with small flowers, it brings a stunning appearance to any place where it is planted. Try it, and you will see how much joy it will bring you.Soil Needs: Moist, Well-Drained Sunlight Needs: Full Sun/Partial Shade Growing Zones: 8 - 10
‘Dark Eyes’ Fuchsia
This pink flower is what we call a true masterpiece! Just look at its petals that create such an interesting plant. The compound colors of dark pink and purple make it appear even prettier. A true example of how nature can be creative!Soil Needs: Well-Drained Sunlight Needs: Full Sun/Partial Shade Growing Zones: 6 - 11
Carefree Beauty Rose
A small and romantic pink rose flower that will show you its charm from spring to fall. Super fragrant and good-looking, it will help decorate your garden the best way possible with its bushes. Interested? Then pick this one for yourself.Soil Needs: Moist, Well-Drained Sunlight Needs: Full Sun Growing Zones: 3 - 11
Delicate Pink Trillium
A Pink Trillium is a plant that blooms in the spring. Whether in your garden or woodland, it can please your eyes up until April. Keep in mind that these flowers love the moist and shade.Soil Needs: Moist, Well-Drained Sunlight Needs: Full Sun/Partial Shade Growing Zones: 4 - 9
Spring Pink Crocus
Crocuses are planted in the spring. These flowers differ in size – you can choose to plant delicate or bigger, showy versions. The soil must be well-drained, and the plant hates the shade.Soil Needs: Well-drained Sunlight Needs: Full Sun/Partial Shade Growing Zones: 3 - 8
Unique Pink Daffodil
These bright flowers bloom in the springtime. These pretty flowers come in various sizes, shapes, and colors. And we find the pink and white daffodils in this picture especially beautiful. Do not plant them in the shade.Soil Needs: Well-Drained Sunlight Needs: Full Sun/Partial Shade Growing Zones: 3 - 8
Fluffy Pink Ageratum
Pink Ageratums like these can become a true embellishment for your garden. These flowers bloom from the mid-summer till the mid-fall. It’s better to plant them in the full sun or partly in the shade.Soil Needs: Well-Drained Sunlight Needs: Full Sun/Partial Shade Growing Zones: 2 - 11
'False Lavender': Angelonia
Angelonia flowers work great for gardening in a container. These flowers bloom all summer long. If you cut them and put in your home, you will notice that they smell like apples.Soil Needs: Moist, Well-Drained Sunlight Needs: Full Sun Growing Zones: 8 - 11
The blooms of begonia are fabulous! Begonia can be planted in the garden or inside, by the window, where the sun is the common guest. If they grow in the garden, the great news is that they are deer resistant!Soil Needs: Moist, Well-Drained Sunlight Needs: Full Sun/Partial Shade Growing Zones: 6 - 11
FAQ: Pink Flowers
Are tulips pink?
Tulips in tones of pink and red, from faint pink to deep burgundy and every shade in between, are available. Red tulips are a classic, evoking images of Holland’s tulip fields, and you can grow your own tulips in your yard or indoors.
What plant has tiny pink flowers?
Coral bells thrive in zones 3 to 10. They can be grown in full or moderate sun, and even shade. They are quite resilient and produce beautiful, delicate tiny pink flowers.
What flower is blue pink?
Because of its small height, periwinkle flower is frequently used as ground cover and as a backdrop for taller plants by gardeners. Its blossoms come in a range of colors, including pink, purple and blue.