5 Most Popular Pink Flowers

5 Most Popular Pink Flowers

There are tons of pink flowers in the wild and offered by florists. These can be subdivided into various shades of pink from pastel pink to magenta making them more exciting to pick from.

In this guide, we will showcase the most popular pink flowers you can get for your one and only, your childhood friend, or parents from miles away.

Without any further ado, let’s start!

1) Pink Roses

Pink Roses

Pink roses have been around for more than five thousand years. Their timeless beauty has been passed on from generation to generation through poetry, pictures, and story-telling.

Pink is a powerful color representing femininity, grace, and elegance. However, a soft pink rose symbolizes gentleness and fondness, and a deeper pink expresses appreciation for someone.

That’s why before you pick pink flowers, you have to know the message you’d want to communicate. Also, they are all-around and can be bought as cut flowers or grown in your garden.

2) Pink Lilies

Pink Lilies

Lilies are super-beautiful flowers that are easy to grow. They come in many varieties and colors from which you can find one to gift a spouse or family member.

We particularly like Stargazer lilies as they have graceful petals and vivid colors. They’re not that old having been created in the 1970s as a gorgeous hybrid from three lily species.

Like pink roses, pink lily flowers also stand for love, admiration, and femininity. You can even give them when asking someone for forgiveness or professing your love.

3) Pink Camellia

Pink Camellia

For the mellow-hearted, this gentle hue of pink camellia could be the perfect gift. Its petals are pleasantly round and orderly from the inner to outer edges.

One benefit of camellias is they are extremely easy to care for and maintain. They bloom all year round as long as the winter climate isn’t too harsh.

Symbolically, they express a person’s longing for someone who misses them. Giving this flower in times like that may purge these and replace them with a feeling of joy and being loved.

4) Pink Hibiscus

Pink Hibiscus

Hibiscus is a charming flower that blooms in summer, fall, and spring. It has large petals with scallop-like textures and a deep-hued center.

It comes in a set of colors like pink, purple, yellow, blue, burgundy, red, and uniquely, black. All have their associated meanings but pink hibiscus represents friendship and all sorts of love.

While it’s the official state flower of Hawaii, people often wear a plumeria behind their ear as a decorative accessory or to say they are single (behind the right ear), in a relationship, or married (behind the left ear).

5) Pink Hydrangea

Pink Hydrangea

Hydrangeas have the sort of appeal that other flowers don’t. They consist of a large number of pointy star-like flowers compacted in a ball-shaped appearance.

They represent beauty, grace, and gratitude, as well as peace, goodwill, and camaraderie. So this can be a gift to your spouse, partner, dad and mom, friend, or co-worker.

You may be surprised to know that some hydrangeas grow brighter than others. The reason is that they depend on the soil’s basicity so it has to be increased if you want to retain their color.

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