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Types of Pink Flowers

Azalea​
Azalea​

The Azalea Trail is a designated path, planted with azaleas in private gardens, through Mobile, Alabama. The Azalea Trail Run is an annual road running event held there in late March. Mobile, Alabama is also home to the Azalea Trail Maids, fifty women chosen to serve as ambassadors of the city while wearing antebellum dresses, who originally participated in a three-day festival, but now operate throughout the year.

Begonia​
Begonia​

Begonia 'Bellagio Pink' is a double-flowering begonia for shade with pendulous bright pink flowers perfect for hanging baskets. It grows 14 inches tall and 2 feet wide.

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Butterfly Bush​
Butterfly Bush​

Butterfly bush blooms for a long time and is an easy plant to grow, but there are other plants more beneficial to native butterflies and insects that go a lot further toward attracting and maintaining insect populations.

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Camellia​
Camellia​

Victorian Interpretation: The main meaning of pink camellia blossom is longing for someone. If you have a loved one that you miss so badly, the pink camellia is a good choice to send as a gift. Blossom Time: Pink camellias blossom mostly at the end of the winter season until mid spring.

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Carnation​
Carnation​

Dianthus caryophyllus, the carnation or clove pink, is a species of Dianthus. It is probably native to the Mediterranean region but its exact range is unknown due to extensive cultivation for the last 2,000 years. It is a herbaceous perennial plant growing to 80 cm tall.

Dahlia​
Dahlia​

Group 14 – Peony-flowered dahlias (P) — Large flowers with three or four rows of rays that are flattened and expanded and arranged irregularly. The rays surround a golden disc similar to that of Single dahlias.

False Goat's ​Beard​
False Goat's ​Beard​

One researcher states that the flowers should be harvested when flowers are from 25-50% open but another says from 50-75%

Hyacinth​
Hyacinth​

Double Hyacinths: Fluffy whorls of colorful flowers are arranged on 10-12 inch stems. Hollyhock is an outstanding variety that features dark pink blooms. Multiflora Hyacinths: Each bulb produces a number of flower stalks with loose arrangements of flowers.

Onions​
Onions​

Its pink flowers pair well with coreopsis, gaillardia, solidago and other fall flowers. Schubert allium (Allium schubertii): Quite dramatic, though only 8″ tall . Its foot-wide umbels look like an exploding pink fireworks display.

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Oriental ​Poppy​
Oriental ​Poppy​

But having no flowers on oriental poppies can ... No Oriental Poppy Flowers ... but sometimes pink, white, or even bi-colored. The oriental poppy is fairly easy ...

Petunia​
Petunia​

White flecks give these cheerful pink 2-3" blossoms a starry look. As outdoor temperatures change so do the number of speckles, creating a constantly shifting display of color.

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Pink Lady's ​Slipper​
Pink Lady's ​Slipper​

Cypripedium acaule is a member of the orchid genus Cypripedium. Members of this genus are commonly referred to as lady's slipper orchids. First described in 1789 by Scottish botanist William Aiton, C. acaule is commonly referred to as the pink lady's slipper, stemless lady's-slipper, or moccasin flower.

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Rose​
Rose​

History and Meaning of Pink Roses Last Updated: March 16, 2016 Conveying thoughtfulness, passion, sentiment, and packing contemporary color punch, pink roses are the perfect type of rose for multipurpose occasions.

Rosemallows​
Rosemallows​

It blooms on new wood with flowers that can be as large as dinner plates at the tip of each upright cane. Flowers last one day each. Though rose mallows are perennials that can take winter temperatures down to minus 20 degrees Fahrenheit, the upper growth of rose hibiscus plants tends to die back to the ground over the winter even in the mildest climates.

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