Pink is a very popular colour to use in the garden: some like soft shell pinks, others like bold fuchsias and magentas but almost everyone incorporates some pink into their flower beds.
Pink flowers and blooms are very easy to find. In fact, it's so abundant some may consider it common but most just love it.
Back in the 90's when I did garden design as a hobby business, clients, who had brown/camel brick homes would still cry and whine for me to incorporate pink into the design even their homes would have more complimented by yellow, red and orange shades. The pink would (so) clash but they insisted!
Here are some lovely plants that bloom PINK:
Deep pink Hyacinths will appear in my garden in April.
The magnolia tree flowers bloom with a deeper pink throat and then open to pale pink
A bold spiky fuchsia tulip will appear in May
The crabapple tree in the front yard provides gorgeous cherry pink blossoms and a gorgeous fragrance
Dark pink peonies surround my deck in June
A deep pink climbing rose
Weigela is such a dark pink, it's almost red
My newly purchased Astilbe chinensis bloomed a deep pink inside with pale pink edging. It looked great near the Sweet William , which is many shades of pink.
Cheddar pinks really add a sharp pop of colour!
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