Do you want a beautifully ornate garden or balcony this summer, and you do not know which flower to choose? Here are some ideas about the pink flowers that will bloom to bring alternately softness or bright and cheerful touches. Whether you have a green hand or not, find the variety that best suits your needs. Do not deprive yourself of these little pink flowers that will illuminate your exteriors.

The abélia

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This small shrub presents from July to September an important flowering with small pale pink flowers in the form of tubular bells. They diffuse a discreet perfume, but pleasant. Its bright green foliage appears in spring. The abelia appreciates the sun, a rather cool and dry soil. Easy to maintain, it supports up to – 20 ° C in winter. It can be grown in pot or in solid, it can reach 2 meters high.

The albizia

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The albizia is a very original shrub by the shape of its pink flowers. It is easy to grow and its green foliage very cut is very aesthetic. It is also called silk tree certainly because of the appearance of these silky and colorful flowers that appear between June and September. It is not difficult and can be grown on any soil. In hedge, border, pot or plantation isolated, you place it where you want.


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Columbine is a pink perennial flower that can also be purple, purple or white and adorns your garden between May and June. It can reach 45 cm in height and it includes many varieties. It flourishes as well in massif, border or pot to decorate terrace and balcony. She likes the sun or the semi-shade, the sandy soils, humid, drained or wet.


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Hawthorn is a pink wildflower as it grows naturally in North America, Asia and Europe. It is ideal in hedge and can reach 6 meters high. Its bright pink double flowers appear in April and June. Its small green leaves are also very aesthetic. Hawthorn is found in clay or limestone soils, in the sun or half-shade. It can reach great heights up to 5 or 8 meters depending on the variety. Hawthorn is very hardy and is resistant to temperatures down to – 30 ° C.

The astilbe

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The astilbe will be perfect to bloom a place in the shade, because it likes above all the freshness. It blooms in July in long pink feathery panicles, but also pink or red. It flowers a few weeks, but it can last for many years. She likes it as well in the ground as in pot. It decorates your borders, your massifs or to be used in ground covers. She makes very beautiful bouquets.


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The arbutus offers flowers of a deep rose that contribute to the different colors and aesthetics of your garden. It is both drought resistant but also very hardy. Its harbor is rather reduced and it appreciates the sun and the partial shade, easy to cultivate it likes on all the types of grounds. It flowers in October and December. Its persistent foliage is very aesthetic.


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Amaryllis is also called Lis Belladone, Lily of Jersey or Belle Dame, blooms between September and October. His big pink flower is beautiful and dresses your garden in its pretty shape. Its flower is 10 cm in diameter. When it reaches maturity, it can reach between 60 and 75 cm in height. Its flowers are fragrant and many varieties and hybrids have been created. It presents a good behavior in bouquet.

The butterfly tree

Butterfly tree
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Native to Europe, this plant is hardy, it supports up to – 25 ° C and its semi-evergreen foliage can be green or variegated. It can constitute hedges thanks to their fast growth. On the other hand some dwarf varieties can be grown in pots. These wild pink flowers can grow almost everywhere, they are found in wasteland, stony land, draining, acid and limestone. The only maintenance that is really essential and the size of this shrub.


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The campanula is a flower of late spring and early summer. It is distinguished by its rapid growth. It can reach 50 cm in height and it is best grown in the ground although it can also be perfect in the garden. It is a hardy plant that perfectly withstands low temperatures in winter. It likes dry, drained soils, sun and partial shade and needs to be watered at high temperatures.

The rockrose

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This pale pink to very bright pink flower is very elegant and looks almost like paper. It comes in many different varieties, but usually these flowers appear in the spring, between late March and May. They are hardy and withstand quite low temperatures down to -12 ° C. It tends to sift very easily. It is appreciated in hedges as well as in rock gardens, clumps and borders.

The lemon tree

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The lemon tree has a small pale pink flower in March and April and some varieties in August and September. The leaves are green and may have cream and green variegations and then become yellow. It is a vigorous and resistant tree that supports temperatures down to – 5 ° C. He likes the sun, he needs water moderately and appreciates the drained soils.

Quince tree from Japan

Quince tree from Japan
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The quince of Japan flowers from February to May. Its flowers have various shades of white to salmon pink. It can grow up to 3 and more than 4 meters and it has narrow and long toothed flowers that are very decorative. It is very resistant and withstands very cold temperatures below -20 ° C. You will plant it against a wall of preference and in a drained or dry ground, in partial shade or in full sun.


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The cyclamen is a plant with very pretty pink flowers. It exists in many varieties that are hardy, with temperatures up to -15 ° C. It can be higher or lower, but not more than 15 cm high. It is very easily resected for certain species. It can flower all year, it likes drained soil, and it is grown in pots or in the ground, outside and inside.


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It is the coral pink color of this pink perennial flower and its singular shape that will seduce you. You will enjoy all summer, because its flowering is very abundant. The yellow-green leaves are very decorative and are about 10 to 15 cm long. On the other hand, it is a species which measures in height between 5 and 10 meters. It is resistant to low temperatures but does not exceed the -5 ° C threshold, as well as periods of drought.


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These small perennial pink flowers beautify the gardens between May and October and even in February for some species. These flowers are very delicate and aesthetic. The foliage is green edged with yellow or dark green. The flowers are very abundant and it is one of its assets. This plant can have a height of 1.50 meters in some cases. She particularly likes the sun or the semi-shade, the neutral, stony and drained soils.

The dahlia

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The dahlia comes in different forms with double or single flowers depending on the variety, but always a very bright pink hue. If its petals can be very fine in some varieties, the flowers always have a large diameter. They are therefore extremely decorative to decorate a garden or terrace. It blooms between July and October and it likes the sun, clay soils, humus, neutral and drained.


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Marshmallow is a pink perennial flower that can present various tones, light or dark and sometimes even salmon. It is similar to hibiscus. Rustic, it is easy to grow. Some varieties are edible and have medicinal properties. She flowers between July and September and she likes the sun, the wet soils, because she needs water.

The hoya

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The flowers of this plant according to some varieties go from white to pale pink passing by a much more net and dark pink. Umbels often have more than thirty flowers and they appear in summer and fall. The foliage can be dark green or variegated. Its growth is very fast, it can be used by making it climb on an arch. The stems can reach up to 2 meters.

Sanguisorba Pink Brushes

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This very particular plant has in June and July very singular flowers bright pink and white in the form of bottle brush. The foliage is quite decorative too with its slightly bluish tints and its cutouts. The size of the flowers is very large and that is what gives it a strong ornamental power. She likes cool soils with good soil and sunny areas to partial shade. It is often used in massive.

The peony

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The peony is a pretty pink flower that appears in late spring or early summer. Its flowers are scented and they can also be white with stamens of a pale yellow. We usually find several flowers on the same stem. Its foliage tinged with red brown disappears in September. She likes the sun or the semi-shade, the drained and humiferous soils.

Sweet Pea

Sweet Pea
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Pea flourishes in your garden from June to August. It is very resistant to frost and can be grown on any soil. It is appreciated in massive or cladding of fence, but without support, it can also become a pretty groundcover. It is a climbing plant with foliage composed of two leaflets per leaf. As there are many varieties with variable characteristics, you will find for all uses.


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Buttercup exists in different forms depending on the variety. They bloom between April and July and can have a maximum height of 60 cm. Its large pink flowers are very decorative and they are also beautiful in bouquets as in massive. They can also be grown easily in pots on your terrace or balcony.


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This flower comes in different varieties that usually bloom between May and September. Some flowers have a singular shape spatula, others are more rounded and softer. In any case, they are very aesthetic and are quite simple to cultivate. In the ground or in suspension, they have a lot of effect.


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You all know the traditional white lily that we offer on May Day, but did you know? It also exists in the form of small, pale pink flowers. We love its beautiful bells very fine and its perfume that embellishes the garden and the house when it is in bouquet. Its green leaves are pretty aesthetic with their slender form. It has a fairly nice size of about 25 cm in height.


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The forget-me-not is a plant that blooms between May and June. It is quite known in blue, but much less in the white or pink versions. There are many varieties and among these perennials bushy or biannual. It is hardy and easy to grow without much maintenance.

The beaver

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The balisier has an inflorescence pendent or erect according to the varieties. It is a very exotic flower that is also very original and very decorative in the gardens. They usually have bright hues and can be yellow, pink, orange or red. Its persistent foliage evokes that of the banana tree.


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This plant has the advantage of blooming very long, from June to October, and it would be a pity to deprive it in the garden. The flowers are arranged on a large flowering stem, the first ones appear at the bottom of the stem and little by little the flowering continues going up all along the season. They are pink or purple, sometimes almost red. They like sandy, moist and cool soils and preferably acid soils.


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Evening primrose is a large pale pink veined flower with a lemon yellow heart. It blooms during the day, between June and October, and is highly appreciated for this long period of flowering. It is usually in the form of a tuft. We love its dark green foliage with lanceolate leaves. It can quickly become a bit overwhelming.


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The orchid is a flower very appreciated for its aesthetics and its decorative power. It comes in different varieties that are all very valuable and ornamental. Dendrobium flowers in winter and is spectacular, but growing it can be very difficult because it is delicate. The Cattleya offers large flowers that last three weeks. Its leaves are elongated and decorative. Phalaenopsis has large butterfly-shaped flowers and can be grown more easily in apartment, but can also find its place in the garden when temperatures are mild.


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Unlike its cousin, Brugmansia, the datura has erect and non-drooping flowers. They appear between May and June and are present until the first frost and it is probably what makes them so attractive. They come in the form of large fragrant trumpets. We naturally find pink, yellow or white colors.

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