Pink Flowers have a beautiful hue and add life to any garden or landscape.
Pink flowers are some of the most popular types of flowers used for bouquets and wedding decor.
Here’s a list of gorgeous natural flowers with pink colors:
Dahlia’s are known for their unique petal structure — some varieties have petals that curve upward.
These flowers grow to between 3-6 inches and blossoms in the summer season.
They are native to Mexico and are members of the Asteraceae family, where species include the sunflower, daisy, chrysanthemum, and zinnia.
Dahlia flowers can vary in size from small 2-inch lollipop-style pompoms to massive 15-inch “dinner plate” blooms.
Hibiscus are loved for their intense, colorful flowers.
Their blossoms can make a wonderful addition to any home or garden, but they also have medicinal uses too.
There are several types of hibiscus flowers but none as simple and attractive as the pink variety.
Peony flowers are popular bouquet flowers that grow luxurious blooms of clustered fluff-like pink petals.
Roses are red and violets are blue but roses are also pink and violets are also, well, violet.
Camellia plants are easy to grow and require little maintenance.
The plant blooms gorgeous pink flowers almost all year-round except for in places with extreme winter weather.
Bougainvillea is a lovely climbing vine that produces bright pink blooms of flowers.
These plants thrive best in temperate climates.
Garden Cosmos are a variety of aster that does well in temperate climate.
The vibrant pink flowers of the Azalea plant grow in a shrub-like shape and bloom mostly in the spring and summer months.
Butterfly Bush Pink Delight
If butterflies are common in your area, then the delightful pink petals of the Butterfly Bush Pink Delight are sure to attract them to your garden.
The more common varieties of purple and lavender also attract butterflies.
Petunias come in different varieties, such as hanging and non-hanging. So, you have a few added options with placement.
Primrose flowers are small pink flowers also known as ‘pink ladies‘.
Usually, these flowers are pastel or deep pink and have a yellow center. Of course, there are several different varieties of primrose to choose from if you need to spruce up your garden.
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