Soft Pinks Add without Overwhelming
For subtle, relaxing effects, cool, easy going pinks can’t be beat. The are particularly effective in smaller gardens. Create a free-standing pastel garden in a quiet corner or mix with bright oranges for a most unusual combination.
Our shaggy pink sweetheart is also called Gayfeather. The fluffy, bright flower spike can reach 36in. and is great for cutting. Attracts butterflies, too. Use Liatris for an exciting vertical accent.
Ruby Star Coneflower
This little champion starts out as a small clump of purplish leaves, about the size of Kim’s Knee High coneflower. But in a few weeks its ready to bloom at 3 feet. The cones go blood red, sometimes verging on black. Stunning!
Pink Ice Plant
Tiny, succulent green foliage sprouts a carpet of pink daily-like flowers. This is the perfect over planting for yellow- and blue-flowered bulbs to push through in spring.
Bath’s Pink Dianthus
The tiny pink flowers are gorgeous seen in a ground covering mass. But up close they’re even more amazing. Miniature shaggy stars excite your eye and nose with highly textured petals and a delightful carnation aroma.