I am always on the lookout for articles that consist of lists of various sorts since they are an ideal way of providing inspiration and giving you new ideas. So this list of fifteen pink flowers will show you what plants have blooms in this color and so help you to choose plants for your garden. My only criticism is that the picture of Angelonia is clearly not pink, but rest assured that there are pink varieties of this flower. I found this article on the Garden Lovers Club website.
The right flowering plants can change the entire feel of your yard, and also influence the creatures that make their home there. Whether you want to attract butterflies and bees to your garden or simply add some nice, soft color to your yard, there are many pink plants to choose from. You can add just a splash of pink to an otherwise green or white pallet, your pink flowers can be part of a veritable bonanza of color around your yard. The options are always endless, but when the soft touch of pink is on your mind consider the following beautiful and often fragrant pink species for your special slice of the world:
This plant has dark green, long and thin leaves with beautiful little buds in a variety of shades including white, pink and purple. Grown as an annual in most zones but perennial in zones 8-9, this is a heat and drought tolerant flower that looks great in pots and window boxes.
2. Bee Balm
Perhaps a bit more purple than pink, bee balm is so beautiful and unique that it warrants inclusion here. The fragrant leaves can be made into tea, the gorgeous flowers attract butterflies and hummingbirds, and the plant grows so well that it needs to be divided every two or three years. Enjoy these sun loving plants from zones 4-9.
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