In the Pink Pink is a-poppin’ in my garden this week. Tall Phlox Luminosa Zinnias, Butterfly Bush and Morning Glories Echinacea or Purple Cone Flower Butterfly Bush Candy Pink Morning Glory Grandpa Ott Morning Glories Share this:EmailLike this:Like Loading... Related Posts flowersgardeningMassachusettsSeasonsSummer
17 thoughts on “In the Pink”
Your garden looks so pretty, Julie. 🙂
Thank you! It’s been quite a haven for me this last year!
What a beautiful garden you have! I love all the pink flowers. 🙂
Thank you! The pink zinnias that I grew from seed this year really jazzed things up a bit, I think! I ‘m going to try and save some seeds to grow them next year.
Wonderful pictures from your garden 💐🙋♂️
Thank you. I’m glad you visited!
Bright beauties for late summer.
Boy, a few zinnia seeds goes a long way! l-)
What a wonderful selection of pink flowers, Julie. Thanks for sharing, they all made me smile. 🌸
I’m glad you enjoyed them, Tanja. It’s been a good summer for flowers!
Good for you., Julie. And good for all those who visit and drink from the lush and lovely blossoms.
Love your poppin’ pinks, Julie!
I love phlox too! Maybe I should try zinnias too!
The phlox have been there for years, and never fail. This is my first try at growing zinnias from seed-usually I just buy a few plants. Zinnia seeds are so easy and cost effective! I bought this bargain 4-back of seeds online last winter, and everything bloomed. I’m hooked now.
These pinks bring such cheer not only to you but to pollinators too I should think!
Every little bit of pollination helps!