100 Popular Types of Pink Flowers

If pink is your favorite garden color, then you’re in luck!  We’ve rounded up a list of the 100 most popular pink flowers to help you whittle down the selection for your next indoor or outdoor gardening project.

1. Abelia (Abelia)

Abelia is a genus of hardy flowering shrub-like plants that belong to the honeysuckle family. They’re prized in gardens for their sweet, fragrant scent and attractive clusters of bell-shaped blossoms that range from white flowers to pink in color.

2. African Daisies (Osteospermum)

The genus of flowering plants, Osteospermum belongs to a small tribe (Calenduleae) of the Asteraceae family. Commonly called African daisies, the flowers are, as you might suspect, native to Africa, and they prefer a similarly hot, sunny, and dry climate.

3. Allium (Allium)

Allium, the Latin word for garlic, is a genus of flowering plants containing popular culinary delights such as onions, shallots, garlic, leeks, scallions, and chives.

4. Alyssum (Alyssum)

Alyssum, sometimes called sweet alyssum, is a genus of flowers that contains between 100 and 170 species and cultivars. These beauties produce clusters of petite flowers in a range of pinks and purples, in addition to yellow and white.

5. Angel’s Fishing Rod (Dierama pulcherrimum)

Dierama pulcherrimum is a species of plant that belongs to the iris family. Commonly called wand flower or angel’s fishing rod, this flowering plant features a long, delicate stem.

6. Asters (Aster)

Aster is a genus of nearly 200 flowering perennials (including China Asters) that are commonly referred to as asters. The genus’s name comes from the Greek word for “star” which describes the shape of these plants’ daisy-like blossoms that are both starry and cheerful.

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