Who loves pink flowers? We do! We have selected 6 of our favourite pink flowers to share with you in this week’s blog. 
To help you with your future cultivation of these flowers please refer to the US Plant Hardiness Zone Map and the AU Plant Hardiness Zone Map to determine if the flower will be suited to your region. 


‘Raspberry Wine’ Bee Balm 

Soil
Well-drained

Sunlight
Full sun to partial shade

Growing Zone AU/US
AU  1-3 ( SA, NSW, QLD, VIC, TAS)
US 3-9

raspberry bee balm flower
This flower will attract hummingbirds and butterflies into your garden because of its sweet smell. It is a quite a unique looking flower and will most definitely stand out in your garden. 
 

Fuchsia ‘Dark Eyes’

Soil
Well-drained

Sunlight
Full sun

Growing Zone AU/US
AU 1-4 (All States)
US 8-10 


I love this flower because it looks like fairies would live in it! It could add a pop of colour and a magical feel to your enchanted garden. You could plant it in a hanging basket or on the ground. 
 

Carefree Beauty Rosa

Soil
Well-drained

Sunlight
Full sun

Growing Zone AU/US
AU 1-3  (SA, NSW, QLD, VIC, TAS)
US 4-9

carefree beauty rosa flowerA classic flower with an
old fashioned touch, the Carefree Beauty Rosa has a delightful fragrance. This flower is also easy to grow and is known for being disease resistant.

 

Peony

Soil
Moist and Well-drained

Sunlight
Full sun

Growing Zone AU/US
AU 1-2 (VIC, TAS, NSW)
US 3-8

peony
Native to Asia, Europe and Western North American this carefree flower blooms in late spring. The Peony also has a delightful fragrance and makes for beautiful dried flowers for arts and crafts projects. 
 

Petunia

Soil
Moist and Well-drained

Sunlight
Full sun

Growing Zone AU/US
AU 3-4 (NSW, SA, QLD, WA)
US 9-10

petunia flower

The Petunia is an annual flower that comes in several colours from pink through to burgundy and purple. The Petunia originated in South America but now can be found worldwide. It has claimed the title of most popular summer annual by flower lovers. 

 

Purple Coneflower

Soil
Well-drained

Sunlight
Full sun

Growing Zone AU/US
AU 1-3  (SA, NSW, QLD, VIC, TAS)
US 3-9

purple conflower
The Purple coneflower not only adds a dash of bright colour to your garden, it also attracts butterflies. The purple coneflower is heat a drought tolerant. Not sure why this coneflower was named the ‘purple’ coneflower as it looks closer to pink than purple!

 

Happy Planting!