Tuesday, May 3, 2011

In the Pink

Think pink and you think of grace, gentility, and happiness. Regardless of the shape of the flower – from the tight, small buds of a pink garden rose to the delicate, open petals of a pink caellia in full bloom – pink blossoms convey youth, innocence, and joy. 

12 comments:

Donna said...

spring is a great time to show your pink and you seem to have all the shades...

Sherri B. said...

Such beautiful pink flowers..can hardly wait until I have some in my yard.

Karin / Southern Meadows said...

So many lovely shades of pink...gorgeous!

Randy Emmitt said...

Ginny,
Beautiful pinks. The snapdragon is one of the prettiest I have ever seen!

donna said...

Hey, how come you're having all the garden fun?? LOL We're having an unusually cool/wet spring, so I'll have to wait for my own dose of pink. In the meantime, I've enjoyed seeing your photos. Lovely.

donna

HolleyGarden said...

Your pinks are beautiful. One of my favorite colors for the garden. Love the roses growing over your fence.

Diane said...

Your photos are lovely. I particularly like the one in your blog's header. Those old-fashioned looking flowers really appeal to me.

Happy Gardening!

The Sage Butterfly said...

I think you have colored the pink palette. Your photos are spectacular. Pink, for me, always has a calming influence.

PlantPostings said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous! And I love the way you regularly change up your blog design. I need to do that soon.

scottweberpdx said...

Lovely! I never realized how much pink I had in the garden until I was looking at photos this winter...I was amazed at how much I apparently was drawn to pink without realizing it!

Jeannie B. said...

I love your pink flowers! especially the Rose. Is it New Dawn??

Plant Chaser said...

Pretty in Pink. Can you tell I grew up in the 80's? -- Bom