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The most beautiful pink flowers for your garden

You like flowers? Now you can bring pink splashes into your garden with our new tips! Admire our picture galleries with the most beautiful pink flowers that you could have in your landscape!

Rosa Grasnelke – Growing the most beautiful pink flowers in the garden




The pink carnation is perfect for any rock garden, it can wonderfully decorate your footpath or the flower beds edges and adds a pink touch to a hill, overgrown with foliage.

Surname : Armeria maritima Rosea

Growth conditions: Full sun to partial shade and well-drained soil, size: 15 -20 cm high.

Alice du Pont “Mandevilla”

Decorate your pergola with Mandevilla – a thermophilous tropical climber that carries beautiful pink flowers throughout the summer.

Surname: Alice du Pont “Mandevilla”

Growth conditions: full sun and well-drained soil

Size: the flower climbs up to 6 m high

Geranium “Ann Folkard”



A great companion for the lungwort is this pink geranium, it meanders gently through chartreuse foliage and other flower and its flowers look like a magnet for the eyes.

Surname: Geranium “Ann Folkard”

Growth conditions: full sun and well-drained soil.

Size: 30-60 cm high.

Daylily “Catherine Woodbury”

The pink-flowering daylily “Catherine Woodbury” is incomparable in its fragrance and beauty. You will most certainly admire them every time you pass by.

Surname: Hemerocallis “Catherine Woodbury”

Growth conditions: Full sun to partial shade and well-drained soil.

Size: 90 cm high

Bergamot

With its fragrance, the golden melissa, also called Indian armchair, attracts butterflies. It offers beautiful pink-red flowers and is resistant to disease.

Surname: Monarda bee balm

Growth conditions: Full sun to partial shade and well-drained soil.

Size: 75 cm high.

hollyhock

The hollyhocks were once the most popular flowers for many generations and are still favorites in the garden today. And that’s not just because of their towering spikes or hibiscus-shaped flowers. The pink flowering species are especially beautiful and always popular in any garden.

Surname: Alcea rosea

Growth conditions: full sun and well-drained soil.

Size: 0.90 – 2.40 meters high and 30 – 90 cm wide.

Anemone “Party Dress”

This anemone flower species adds an extra colorful charm to your garden just in the fall, when the majority of flowers are in their prime flowering season.

Surname: Anemone “Party Dress”

Growth conditions: Full sun to partial shade and well-drained soil.

Size: 90 cm and wide.

Astilbe “Pumila”

A pink variety – ideal for a small garden! This is what the Astilbe “Pumila”, which is guaranteed to become a garden star by its beauty!

Surname: Astilbe “Pumila”

Growth conditions: half sun to shade and well drained soil.

Size: 30 cm high

Beauty Rose

This wonderful rose shrub was bred years ago by the already deceased dr. Griffith Buck of Iowa State University. The Carefree Beauty Rose offers beautiful fragrant pink flowers throughout the summer and into autumn. This flower has excellent resistance to diseases.

Surname: Carefree Beauty Rose

Growth Conditions: Full sun and moist, well-drained soil.

Size: 1.20 meters high and wide.

Allium

The perfect early spring plant for the outdoor rock garden, Allium oreophilum, grows low and has pretty pink flowers.

Surname: Allium Oreophilum (Pink Lily Leek)

Growth conditions: Full sun to partial shade and well-drained soil.

Size: 10 cm high.

Sharon Rose / Syrian Strauchisch

The Sharon Rose (still called Syrian Strauchebisch) brings tropical flair to your garden with its beautiful pink flowers. Use this flower as a focal point in your landscape or as a hedge to protect your privacy.

Surname: Hibiscus syriacus

Growth conditions: Full sun to partial shade and well-drained soil.

Size: 2.40 meters high, 1.80 meters wide.

peony

Some flowers are as rich in petals as the peony. This plant blooms in late spring and most varieties have a wonderful scent. You may also be able to dry the flowers for a craft work with dried flowers. That looks nice, right?

Surname: Paeonia

Growth Conditions: Full sun and moist, well-drained soil.

Size: 1.20 meters high and wide.

Tulip “Angelique”

The “Angelique” tulip was one of the most beautiful of all tulips, the variety bears magnificent pink flowers when it grows in the right conditions and blooms over the course of a few years. Combine the tulip “Angelique” with white daffodils and you will have an unforgettable look in your garden!

Surname: Tulipa “Angelique”

Growth conditions: full sun and well-drained soil.

Size: up to 40 cm high ..

thimble

Thimbles are majestic plants for the forest and the garden, they require almost no garden maintenance.

Surname: digitalis

Growth conditions: partial shade and moist, well-drained soil.

Size: up to 1.80 meters high and 60 inches wide.

crying heart

A beautiful perennial for shady places, their beautiful pink flowers are in the shape of bleeding hearts, hence the name of the flower.

Surname: Dicentra spectabilis

Growth conditions: shade and moist, well-drained soil, rich in organic matter.

Size: up to 1.20 meters high and 90 cm wide.

petunia

One of the most popular summer flowers is the petunia, it appears in almost every color.

Surname: Petunia

Growth Conditions: Full sun and moist, well-drained soil.

Size: up to 1.20 meters high and wide, depending on the type of flower.

We hope, we will help you with the care of your landscape!

If you are not directly involved in gardening, you can at least admire the beautiful pink flowers here in our gallery!

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