A Photo Gallery of Bright Pink and Hot Pink Flowers
"Hot" Pink and Deep or Bright Pink Flowers
You don't have to like hot pink to know that as a color of flower, it makes a great impact on a garden. This color is definitely not a shy color, and speaks volumes. This bright pink also makes a great companion plant with either white, or other very bright flowers as well.
I have probably loved this color since I was a young girl, and that has never changed. Now, I plant flowers that are this color in my garden, along with many others, very purposefully. It's a fun color to have around and very cheerful. This hub is a photo gallery of some different colored hot pink flowers. You may see a couple that are a little richer, deeper in color. I think they have a similar impact.
Photos of Bright, Deep or Hot Pink Flowers
Photo 1 - A hot pink zinnia was a new friend to my garden this year. This variety has a darker stripe down the middle. I love zinnias and all the colors they come in. This one fits right in with all the other very bright colors. The butterflies love those, so I do as well.
Photos 2 & 3 - These are penta flowers. One is more bright than the other, or deep rather, but both make a statement in the garden. They attract both bees and butterflies.
Photo 4 - A deep pink peony flower. These are flowers that have grown on me over the last several years. Also known as the Mother's Day flower, they are a joy to have in the garden. These go lovely with lighter pink peonies, as well as the white, in my opinion.
Photo 5 - The begonias in a bright pink make a huge statement in the garden. I always, for some reason, forget about these beautiful flowers. They never seem to be my first choice, say at a garden center. Then later, I am always so impressed when I see them elsewhere, or growing so well like they still are now in my front porch pots. Nothing much grows too well there, but the begonias are thriving.
Photo 6 - Bright pink, almost a magenta colored aster. I included these for their almost fluorescent colors of pink (maybe almost even purple, depends on the light). Wonderful to have in the garden for many reasons.
Photo 7 - A bright pink, almost fluorescent rose. I love this flower, its both lovely to look at and also to smell. The color, and beauty of the petals says it all better than I could.
Photo 8 - The super bright pinks of the lantana flower, especially with the yellow always catch my eye. If you are ever out and about, you can see some form of wildlife benefiting from lantana flowers as well. (Or almost always, that is the case for me so often)
Photo 9 - Bright pink four o' clock flowers are so interesting. Here, you see them shut up real tight, but you can see them open back up again at another time. I had some yellow ones growing as well this summer.
Photo 10- These pink flowers appear to be almost fuzzy, or furry, for lack of better words. The pollinators seem to really like them. There is a little butterfly on there, as well as a bee but he is blurred a bit.
Photo 11 - These are fuschia flowers. I love how they hang down in their pots. These remind me of my grandmother that loved these kinds of flowers. I can see why she loved them so much.
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