Peach, Coral, or Salmon Colored Flower Blooms - A Photo Gallery
Salmon Orange Colored Zinnia Flowers
Peach Colored Bearded Iris Flower
Peaches and Brown Colored Bearded Iris Flowers
Peach and Pink colored flowers
Orange Iris against Blue Purple Colored ones
Peach, Coral, or Salmon colored flowers can be so beautiful. Often, they can be rare even, as I don't recall them so much growing up. More than ever, there seems to be a wide variety that you can find if you really search them out.
For instance, the flowers in the first photo here, I bought as seeds from a seed catalogue last Winter. It was exciting to see the color emerge. I love oranges, but these are a kind of different shade. Some might call some of these an apricot color. That works too. This hub is dedicated to the flowers that have come in those colors. I hope you enjoy them.
Photos of Peach, Coral or Salmon Colored Flowers
Photo 1 - These are a special blend of zinnia flowers that I grew from seed. I wondered if they would really turn out that color, but they did and I love them! I really enjoy growing zinnias as butterflies love them and I love butterflies.
Photo 2 - This is the first of a few iris photos I came across that covered this color range. It was a pleasant surprise to see just how many I did come across. I actually cut a few out, as there seemed to be such a high percentage of iris on here. They weren't too different, except for one that was more golden yellow/apricot color. They are just beautiful.
This particular one is nearly orange, but more like an orange dreamsicle color. Very creamy but not too pale. It seems just a perfect color of iris to me, and like most of the others, is a bearded iris.
Photo 3 - This one has some peachy colors in it, but also has a touch of some other colors. For instance, in this iris you can see a little bit of light brown and a little bit of golden yellow coloring. What a unique set of colors in one iris!
Photo 4 - This iris has some peach, but also some lavender and some orange on the "beard" part itself. The beard is that little fuzzy or hairy part that comes out of the center of the petals. This is a very pretty iris, in my opinion. The more iris I see, the more I realize why people like to collect so many when they do.
Photo 5 - This is an out and out orange color almost, but very classy and beautiful. Part of what makes the color seem to rich and pure is that they are paired some some lovely bue irises. A great complimentary color for the deep peach colored ones.
Photo 6 - This large hibiscus flower is a lovely coral or salmon color, and I was so happy to capture it when I did. It seems to be reaching for the sky, and wanting more sunlight.
Photo 7 - This rose is like a beautiful blend of the colors mentioned in this hub. Peach, coral, and maybe salmon too. It makes for a very nice color, and while its not fully opened, you can get the idea of how pretty it is.
Photo 8 - A bold salmon colored zinnia. This is one of those varieties that has many petals and grows into more of a pom shape. Compare it to the ones in photo number one. I absolutely love this zinnia, but then I like most all of them!
Photo 9 - This is from the coneflower, echinacea family. The color is unique, I want to say it was called strawberry coneflower or something like that. The color that it turned out to be was super unique, and it seemed to fit into this group best. I hope to grow this along with the purple variety in my garden next year.
Photo 10 - This bearded iris holds its own in the flower garden. I love the peach color it has, and the little white flowers in the background look very nice as well I think. Simple but lovely, and very hardy. They come back year after year faithfully with little care.