Flowers In Shades Of Pink

Pink camellia

Sugar pink: a double flowered camellia

Pink echinaceas

Dusty pink: a clump of echinaceas wearing golden coronets

A cluster of old fashioned pink roses

Rose pink: a glorious tumble of old fashioned ‘Hyde Hall’ roses

Close up of the centre of a pink mallow

Lipstick pink: a close up of a mallow, showing its beelines

A dusky pink, double flowered anemone

Sophisticated shades of pink: a double flowered anemone ‘Lady Gilmour’

 

I’m sharing this gallery of pink flowers as part of Travel With Intent’s weekly one word challenge. A new topic is announced each Sunday. You’ve probably guessed that this week’s subject is pink. Please head over to take a look at the other submissions – you’ve still got a few hours if you fancy playing along this week too.

55 thoughts on “Flowers In Shades Of Pink

  1. PoetSpeak says:

    Pink to make the boys wink! Marvellous! It’s great reading your posts and finding out about the names of all the different flowers and natural things. What did Oscar Wilde mean when he wrote in Garden of Eros of “the anemone that weeps at daybreak….like a silly girl before her love.?

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    • susurrus says:

      I had meant to share some orange lilies but when the post was almost ready, I followed the pink prompt instead. The other is drafted for a day when I’m feeling a bit more brash!

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  2. Oddment says:

    I don’t see a link in your response to Eliza, but I certainly am enjoying the whole idea of humans posing as flowers! Do we get to choose which flower we’ll be? This is hilarious. I thank you (and Eliza) for the wonderful distraction from moving!

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