Inside look

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Inside look

10 Pretty Pink Flowers For Your Garden

Peonies: These lush, voluminous blooms come in various shades of pink, from pale blush to deep fuchsia. Peonies are perennials, so you can enjoy their beauty year after year.

Roses: A classic choice for any garden, pink roses symbolize grace and elegance. They come in many varieties, from climbing to shrub roses, each with their own shade of pink and fragrance.

Cherry Blossom: Known for their delicate, pale pink blossoms, cherry blossom trees (Prunus species) add a breathtaking beauty to any garden in spring.

Azaleas: With their vibrant pink blooms, azaleas are a spring favorite. They prefer slightly acidic soil and partial shade, making them perfect for woodland gardens.

Camellias: These evergreen shrubs produce luxurious, rose-like pink flowers in late winter to early spring, providing color when most other plants are still dormant.

Foxgloves: With their tall spikes of tubular pink flowers, foxgloves add height and drama to the garden. They prefer partial shade and well-drained soil.

Geraniums: Ideal for containers and borders, geraniums are versatile plants with bright pink flowers that bloom from spring until fall.

Petunias: These annuals are easy to grow and come in a wide range of pinks. They're perfect for hanging baskets, containers, or as ground cover.

Tulips: Pink tulips can range from soft pastels to vivid hues, making them a versatile choice for early spring color in the garden.

Impatiens: Known for their shade tolerance, impatiens are a great way to add a pop of pink to darker parts of your garden. They bloom continuously throughout the summer.

Marky Park from Hypebeast



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