13 Gorgeous Pink Flowers For Your Garden
In addition to adding color to your garden, tulips are great to clip and bring indoors to fill your vases with fresh blooms.
This low-maintenance flower can add a pop of color throughout Southern summer conditions.
This flowering shrub in an iconic sight during spring in the South, in fact they were on the very first Southern Living cover.
Pink Petunia Window Box
Little maintenance is needed to keep your petunias blooming from spring to fall and they're great for spilling space in containers.
While growing peonies takes patience, we think they're worth the wait.
Year after year, hydrangeas are a popular flower to fill our gardens and home with fresh blooms.
With so many varieties to choose from, you can find pink roses to fill any garden need.
You'll enjoy blooming zinnias even more after you see how easy they are to grow.
Geraniums are the perfect container plant, but you'll need to make sure they are placed in a spot where they get plenty of sun.
Growing to a height of 8 feet—or taller—hollyhocks are great for filling empty garden space, especially along a fence or tree line.
The state flower of Alabama loves the Southern climate.
Beautiful dahlias are not big fans of long hot summers, and require extra care in the lower South.
Big, beautiful blooms are the hallmark of this tropical flower.