23 Types of Pink Flowers with Pictures

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When it comes to women, pink flowers have long been a symbol of femininity and tenderness. Besides, pink roses can convey sincerity, joy, and happiness and express gratitude.

In relationships, many modern couples see pink flowers as a symbol of spontaneity and attention.

Also, love and friendship are well represented in the symbolism and meanings of this flower color.

The most common pink flowers are roses, carnations, tulips, dahlias, azaleas, and pink chrysanthemums.

If you want to create pink flowering plants for garden decorations, let’s look at some pink flowering ornamental plants!

23 Types of Pink Flowers

Petunia

Petunia - Pink

Petunia is a Solanaceae flowering plant genus with trumpet-shaped flowers.

It’s from South America.

The plant grows between 16-30 cm tall, with single and double-crowned flowers of varying colors.

Foxglove

Foxglove - Pink Flower

This elegant flower usually takes two seasons before the iconic blooms appear, so be prepared to be patient.

However, the long wait is well worth it, as the hardy Foxglove can tolerate a wide range of sunlight and soil conditions with no problem.

Gaura

Gaura

Dainty white or pink blossoms are the trademarks of the graceful Gaura.

If you leave your garden untended for too long, the Gaura will quickly take over and be difficult to trim down, so don’t put it off any longer!

Also, read Types of Black Flowers with pictures.

Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemum

From the end of summer into the beginning of fall, these gorgeous flowers brighten up the garden.

Even in the hottest climates, you may want to plant them in areas that receive some afternoon shade.

Also, read about Types of Purple Flowers.

Astilbe

Astilbe

Astilbes, which can grow up to 5 feet tall, are a great addition to any garden because they add height and color.

Partial shade and moist, well-draining soil are ideal conditions for these plants.

Azalea

Azalea

As the “royal” flowers of the garden, they are known for their vibrant colors and lush foliage.

Once planted, Azaleas require minimal care, and they can be brought indoors to make a beautiful bouquet.

Also, read about types of red flowers.

Angelonia

If old flowers are removed, the Angelonia will continue to bloom throughout the summer.

To get an apple-like scent, bring them inside as soon as they are big enough to cut.

Balm

Balm
Source: Wikipedia

Bee balm is an ornamental flower that attracts hummingbirds and other beneficial pollinators.

Colors include scarlet, blue, violet, white, and pink.

Moss-Rose

Moss-Rose

They are 15-30 cm tall, with wet stems often branching from the base.

This plant is a garden accent from the lowlands to 1,400 m.

Source: Pinterest

Carnation

Carnation - pink flowers
Source: britannica

In a garden or bouquet, the Carnation’s bright cluster of petals adds fun.

A Carnation can represent friendship, love, or fascination, depending on the color.

Bleeding Heart

Bleeding Heart

The Bleeding Heart’s look is dramatic, with heart-shaped flowers on a long stem.

It also makes a lovely cut flower for your home.

Bergenia

Bergenia

Bergenia, also known as Pigsqueak or Elephant’s ears, is a sweet-looking plant.

The Bergenia’s petite stature is compensated for by ornate flowers and leaves that turn red or bronze in the fall.

Allium

Allium

Alliums come in five varieties, all of which have long stems and spherical heads.

Typically, the flowers are violet, but blue and pink varieties are also available.

Campion

Campion

Cottage gardens are perfect for this cheerful flower.

It thrives in full sun and thrives in zones 3-9.

It is also resistant to drought and deer.

Impatiens

Impatiens

Impatiens are an excellent choice if you want to add some color to your garden and attract hummingbirds and butterflies.

The best time to plant them is in the spring, after the threat of frost has passed.

Hyssop

Hyssop

Pink spiky blossoms that grow up to 4 feet tall are surrounded by lush green foliage that smells like anise when crushed or rubbed.

Place your plants where they will receive direct sunlight all day.

Celosia

Celosia

The name Celosia comes from the Greek word for “burned.” Colors of their flame-like flower heads include red, orange, yellow, violet, white, and pink.

Cleome

Cleome

The Cleome, with its lacy foliage, quickly fills any garden void. Cleomes are deer resistant and drought tolerant.

Coneflower

Coneflower

The Coneflower is a daisy-like flower with violet, white, and pink hues. These heat and drought-tolerant flowers make a wild bouquet once cut.

Cosmos

Cosmos

Cosmos are beautiful wildflowers that bloom in red, orange, yellow, violet, pink, and white. This flower can grow up to 6 feet tall and is a great bouquet addition.

Hollyhocks

Hollyhocks

Hollyhocks have tall spikes of trumpet-shaped flowers in bright red, yellow, violet, white, or pink. Hollyhocks can grow up to 8 feet tall, so keep stakes handy to support their growth.

Cyclamen

Cyclamen

The Cyclamen is a sweet perennial with glossy, heart-shaped leaves. One of the most popular food sources for a wide range of animals, including caterpillars.

Dahlia

Dahlia

There are 42 Dahlia species, but most are known for their bushy, tuberous flowers. Dahlias are difficult to grow, requiring well-drained soil and full sun, but the rewards are worth the effort.

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