There’s a lot of pink in my garden. Pink flowers and foliage can be found pretty much everywhere. Even now, at the end of summer, there are lots of pink flowers around. In a week or so, the Japanese anemones will bloom and it will be a haze of pink blooms right into October.
The biggest surprise this year is that some of the Lychnis coronaria (Rose Campion) are still blooming. This biennial plant typically goes to seed and stops blooming by the end of July in my garden. I’m lucky to have a few stragglers.
I snapped some photos to capture the pink I saw tonight. I hope you enjoy the shots.
Lamium ‘Pink Pewter’
Dicentra ‘King of Hearts’
Close up image of coleus leaf
Close up image of blush pink hydrangea flowers
Lychnis Coronaria (Rose Campion)
Close up image showing pink Japanese anemone buds
Second set of flowers for the season for this Spirea
Pink shrub rose
Pink phlox (looks like something has been munching on the lower flower)