32 Best Pink Perennial Flowers That Will Bloom Forever

The perennial flowers are those that bloom every year to mark the first warmer days after the gloomy nature landscape. Perennials are preferred because of the wide variety of colors, textures and heights and also because they do not require special care.

The pink perennial flowers are those that give the garden a beautiful and delicate shade. Pink is the color of dreams and dreams calm and aspire. The pink perennials come in blooms of pale, rosy or deep cyclamen color.

The best 30+ pink perennials collection is an inspiring source for creating new appealing garden landscapes that will turn your backyard into a magical oasis!

1. Achimenes

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This pink perennial is so beautiful that people call it “the magical flower”. Achimenes is the flower that has been awarded with warmth and loving. It inspires people with the delicacy of the gorgeous blossoms embellishing the dark green foliage in summer.

It feels good when grown indoors and outdoors. The Achimenes create thick foliage and develop well also in pots.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 10 to 11
  • Color Variation: White, pink, blue or purple
  • Sun Exposure: Part shade
  • Soil Needs: Dry to medium-moisture, well-drained soil

2. Amarcrinum

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This flower is not only an amazing creature of nature. It also spreads a lovely aroma during its blooming phase. Usually, this happens in summer but in some regions where temperatures are high for a longer period, people can enjoy the pink beauties from spring to autumn.

It becomes almost 60 cm high and can grow in pots or directly in the ground. If you want to make sure that it survives a colder winter, take the bulbs under shelter where a minimum temperature of 10 °C is kept.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 8 to 10
  • Color Variation: Pink
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun to part shade
  • Soil Needs: Dry to medium moisture, well-drained soil

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3. Anemone

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Anemone prefers well-drained spots. They feel well at full sun and also at partial shade. The soil shall be nutritive. It feels good in gardens but also can develop well in a pot.

The Anemone is perfect for forming garden beds with continuous blooming lines or for creating a landscaping pattern combining tufts of different flower kinds.

The Anemone needs frequent watering. After the blooms fade away, decrease the amount and frequency of watering until time for taking the bulbs under shelter comes.

  • USDA growing zones: 4 to 8
  • Color varieties: Pinkish-white to rose
  • Sun exposure: Full sun to part shade
  • Soil needs: Fertile, consistently moist, well-draining

4. Snapdragon ( Antirrhinum ) “Pretty in Pink”

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The snapdragon-like blooms of the Antirrhinum have given it this cute comparison. Some people love to admire the tall and tufty Antirrhinums in pots. Others, create fence edgings or garden arrangements.

The spot they prefer can be sunlit all day long. Partial shade is also a precondition for good development. Water moderately every day.

  • USDA growing zones: 7 to 11
  • Color varieties: White, yellow, pink, red, orange, peach, purple
  • Sun exposure: Full sun to part shade
  • Soil needs: Rich, moist, well-draining soil

5. Aster (Aster Spp.)

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The Aster is a perennial which originates from Europe. The blooms have given it the comparison with a star. The colors of the blooms vary- from white, to pink, lilac to blue.

What admires all gardeners is that the flower often blooms in formed bouquets. They usually appear in mid-summer. The Aster doesn’t require any special maintenance as long as it is moderately and often drained. Every two years, cut the stems before blooming to let the plant develop optimally.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 3 to 8
  • Color Varieties: Purple or blue around yellow center disks, pink, red, white
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun
  • Soil Needs: Medium-moisture, well-drained soil

6. Astilbe (Astilbe spp.)

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The Astilbe is a very beautiful pink flower that can be easily grown. Its advantages come with a long blooming phase, tufty blossoms, ability to develop even at shade and resistance to high soil moisture.

The Astilbe becomes quite high and its blossoms are gathered into long sheaves. Usually, this flower pleases with its pink blooms from June to September.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 4 to 8
  • Color Variation: White, pink, or purple
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun to part shade
  • Soil Needs: Dry to medium-moisture, well-drained soil

7. Bergenia

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The Bergenia is a lovely perennial flower that blooms from the end of April till the end of June. Being extremely unpretentious, the Bergenia can grow even at extreme conditions like full but not direct sun and no fertilization of the soil. However, if you give it some care, you can enjoy its blooms once more in the year- in August or in September.

This flower grows well both in colder and warmer regions. Of course, watering should be consistent with the ambient temperatures.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 4 to 8
  • Color Variation: Pink, red or white
  • Sun Exposure: Part shade to full shade
  • Soil Needs: Moist and rich loam or clay

8. Campions

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The rose campion, also known as Lychnis coronaria is a flower known for ages and a typical embellishment of the cottage gardens. Nowadays, the blooms appear in shades of magenta, white and bright pink.

This plant will cherish you with its bright-colored flowers if it is planted in a spot with full sun. It can tolerate also partial shade but then the flowers will be fewer.

The leaves of rose campion are covered with fine hairs which create a fuzzy backdrop for the pink flowers.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 4–8
  • Color Varieties: Rose magenta
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun
  • Soil Needs: Medium-moisture, well-drained; good tolerance for dry soil, which brings out the best foliage color

9. Chrysanthemum (Chrysanthemum morifolium)

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Chrysanthemums are great for growing in the garden soil or in containers. They are preferred by people not only because of the minimum care they need but also because of the long-lasting blooms in orange, yellow, white, bronze, lavender, pink, and bicolor combinations.

The rich and well-drained soil preconditions good growth. Combined with full sunlight in spring, you will enjoy many and lasting blooms.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 5 to 9
  • Color Varieties: Orange, gold, bronze, yellow, purple, red
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun
  • Soil Needs: Rich, moist, well-drained

10. Coral Bells (Heuchera Sanguinea)

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Are you looking for a flower that can create interest in your garden flower arrangement? Then consider the Coral bells because it will peek out with its intensive pink spikes of blooms.

An interesting fact is that the Coral Bells belong to the evergreen plant category. They can be seen in wooded areas, so filtered sun or shade won’t be an obstacle to their development.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 4 to 8
  • Color Variation: Pink or coral red flowers; green, bronze, or yellow foliage
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun to part shade; heavy sun can wash out leaf color
  • Soil Needs: Rich, moist, well-drained soil; prefers neutral to slightly acidic pH

11. Creeping Phlox ( Phlox Stolonifera )

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The creeping phlox creates a natural carpet with small pink to violet blooms, making it a preferred variety for edging a garden bed or a fence by all gardeners. It is successfully used also in rock gardens as it prefers well-drained soil.

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It can resist sun to partial shade as long as it is regularly watered. The compact tufts of leaves will remain green all year long. The blossoms will appear in spring and will gather butterflies.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 5–9
  • Color Varieties: Violet, Purple
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun to part shade
  • Soil Needs: Medium moisture, humusy, well-drained

12. Dahlias (Dahlia)

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The Dhalia is a historic flower. There is a legend that reveals that this has been a flower admired by a Spanish conquerer.

It has a long blooming phase- from May to October. This duration will be ensured if the Dahlias are planted in spots where the sunlight is not direct. The globular blooms of the Dahlia can be seen in various colors- orange, pink, white, red, yellow.

The petals around the stamen look like perfectly arranged funnels that roll out on the next rows.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 8 to 11
  • Color Varieties: Every color except true blue, true black, or green; color pattern can be solid, bi-colored, or tri-colored
  • Sun Exposure: Partial sun in zone 8 (full sun in colder zones)
  • Soil Needs: Well-drained and evenly moist; fertilize with organic flower food with a low nitrogen ratio

13. Delphinium (Delphinium spp.)

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The Delphinium is a perennial that blooms in summer. The amazing spike-like flowers attract with their pink to blue shades peeking out of thick green foliage.

This plant has been very popular in cottage gardens, which makes it preferred by people aiming to create this style of gardens.

They look amazing at the back of a flower arrangement to create the highest point of a cascading blooming pattern.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 3 to 7
  • Color Varieties: Blue, white, pink, purple
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun
  • Soil Needs: Fertile, well-drained, evenly moist

14. Forget-Me-Not

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This delicate perennial blooms with five-petaled blue or pink blossoms. The plant likes moisture but the soil should be well-drained for optimum development.

Blooming from May to the end of October, the flower can grow and bloom even in shady zones similar to most wildflowers to which group it is related.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 3 to 8
  • Color Varieties: Blue, pink
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun to partial shade
  • Soil Needs: Fertile, evenly moist, and well-drained

15. Foxglove (Digitalis purpurea)

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This perennial can grow up to 2 meters in height. Being one of the tallest pink perennial flowers in our collection, it is also known as a herb. Its green foliage covered with pappi is a source of healing mixtures for heart diseases. Mind that this flower is toxic so don’t plant where children or pets may have access to.

The Foxglove attracts bees and butterflies with its bell-like blooms that are gathered into flower clusters.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 4–8
  • Color Varieties: Strawberry pink, white, or purple
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun to part shade
  • Soil Needs: Medium moisture, part shade

16. Strawberries ( Fragaria )

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This butterfly feeder is a well-known wooded species for the fruits it produces. Before their forming, you can enjoy the delicate pink petal flowers with vivid yellow stamens in the center.

The fruits of the wild strawberry are small and fewer than the cultivated kind but the pale pink blossoms over the green foliage create an amazing wild bouquet.

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17. Hardy Geranium

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The Hardy Geranium is a perennial that likes moisture soils that are well-drained. The blooms appear in summer and pop against green leaves.

The care about this plant includes keeping the roots cool and moist.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 3 – 9
  • Color Varieties: Blue, pink, purple, white
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun to part shade (varies according to variety)
  • Soil Needs: Medium moisture, well-drained soil

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18. Hardy Hibiscus

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The varieties within the Hibiscus family are many but there is one thing that is common for all of them- they are the largest perennial in any garden!

Usually, the shrub becomes tall and produces largely in diameter blooms- up to 12 inches across. They prefer full sun, even direct sunlight is better than full shade. During the blooming phase, water regularly.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 4 – 9
  • Color Varieties: White, red, pink, blue
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun
  • Soil Needs: Loamy

19. Hollyhocks (Alcea rosea)

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This is a popular garden ornamental flower that grows easily from seeds. The blooms vary in shades of white, delicate pink, red and black.

This perennial plant can be seen in almost every part of the world because of its unpretentious nature for climate and soil. After it is planted once, you will see how it easily reseeds itself year after year. The large funnel-like blooms attract bees and butterflies.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 4 to 10
  • Color Varieties: Pink, red, white, “black” (‘Nigra’ cultivar)
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun
  • Soil Needs: Well-drained, enriched with humus

20. Hyssop

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Agastache is another name of the Hyssop- a plant known from antique times. It develops in a relatively tall shrub that produces pink spikes.

The blossoms are aromatic, reminding the fragrance of anise. The Hyssop is resistant to drought and tolerant of chalky, sandy soils. It develops best in full sun.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 4 to 9
  • Color Varieties: Pink, purple, orange
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun, partial shade
  • Soil Needs: Well-drained

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21. Impatiens (Impatiens walleriana)

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Impatiens as garden flowers are grown as perennials in warmer climates. When you want to keep them safe from the cold temperatures, plant them in pots and take them inside before the first frosts.

Generally, taking care of Impatiens is easy. It adapts to almost every ambient condition and pleases with its delicate and rich blooms. It can develop well in partial shade. However, the production of blossoms will be greater if it is well lit by the sun.

Water the flower often. A sign that will remind you that the Impatiens are thirsty is the dry soil on the top. In case you are growing this plant in containers, reduce the watering in winter.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 10 to 11; normally grown as annuals
  • Color Varieties: Pink, rose, red, lilac, purple, orange, white
  • Sun Exposure: Part shade to full shade
  • Soil Needs: Rich, moist, well-drained soil

22. Jacob’s Ladder

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The Jacob’s ladder is a woodland perennial that likes shady to semi-shady spots. Its name comes from the analogy with a ladder because of the spread of the smaller leaves on the stem.

The blooms are usually in blue but there is a cultivated species that produces delicate pink petals. This flower doesn’t like too much heat although it tolerates drought.

Generally, growing this perennial is very easy as long as you find the best spot for its needs.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 3 to 8
  • Color Varieties: Mostly blue and purple; white, pink, and yellow cultivars also available
  • Sun Exposure: Part shade to full shade
  • Soil Needs: Rich, well-drained

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23. Lily-of-the-Valley (Convallaria Majalis)

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Lily of the Valley can be found in the standard white blossoms kind and also in pink. The bell-shaped flowers spread a fantastic aroma over large dark green leaves.

It is able to quickly self-spreading to create a thick green garden with delicate blossoms that appear in spring. The Lily of the Valley symbolizes purity and sweetness and therefore we can often see it as a part of the bridal bouquets.


When planting your first Lily of the Valley flowers choose a spot with full to partial shade and damp soil.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 3 to 8
  • Color Varieties: White, Light Pink
  • Sun Exposure: Part shade to full shade
  • Soil Needs: Rich, moist, well-draining

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24. Lupine (Lupinus × Hybrida)

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The Lupines have very strong stems because of the height they reach in the mature phase. They produce flowers in a rainbow color palette. The blooms are spike-like up to three feet high.

It blooms in summer when the pink blooms stand out from the crowd. They are quite unpretentious when it comes to the environment- this is the reason they are preferred for challenging environments where the soil is not nutrient.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 4 to 8
  • Color Varieties: White, red, pink, yellow, blue, purple, bi-colors
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun to part shade
  • Soil Needs: Rich, medium-moisture soil; prefers slightly acidic conditions

25. Lychnis Coronaria “Gardeners World”

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This perennial plant produces magenta rose flowers that like full sun. The leaves have a silver coverage that becomes the perfect backdrop for the small petal blooms.

The blooming phase is long from spring to the end of summer and there is a way to enjoy even double magenta blooms.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 4 – 8
  • Color Varieties: Rose magenta
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun
  • Soil Needs: Medium-moisture, well-drained; good tolerance for dry soil, which brings out the best foliage color

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26. Obedient Plant

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The Obedient plant is also known as the false dragonhead because of its similarity with the cultivated snapdragon. It likes full sun, which will help the production of more blooms and develop well in partial shade if the summers are prone to long dry periods.

The best soil is moist and slightly acid, however, they can be very tolerant to drought. Water it once or twice a week.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 3 to 10
  • Color Varieties: White, pink, lavender
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun
  • Soil Needs: Well-drained

27. Oriental Lilies

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Some people call it ïrresistable exotic beauty” and we totally agree with that! Its blossoms are perfectly shaped and so large that having such a plant in the garden is a must. People prefer this species because it is easily grown and the cut flowers can extend the joy from their beauty.

  • Native Area: NA; this is an Oriental hybrid lily
  • USDA Growing Zones: 4 to 9
  • Height: to 3 feet
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun

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28. Peonies (Peonia spp.)

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Their blooms are large, delicate, aromatic and exquisite. The Peonies like warm temperatures but not too hot. They develop best in full sun to partial shade.

The saddest thing about having this beauty in your garden is that you will be given only 10 days to admire the amazing flowers. They quickly fade away so if you want to have a picturesque peony backyard, consider planting a variety of cultivars that will extend the blooming phase.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 3 to 8
  • Color Variation: White, pink, red, purple, bi-colors
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun to part shade
  • Soil Needs: Average, well-draining soil

29. Prunella

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The Prunella grows well at spots with full sun to partial shade and in a wide range of soils. It belongs to the evergreen ground cover flowers that grow very quickly.

Its foliage is in mat green color all year long. The blooms remind of pink spires with hooded flowers that bloom from early spring to late autumn.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 5
  • Color Variation: Pink, purple, blue
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun to part shade
  • Soil Needs: Moist but well-drained

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30. Rodgersia (Rodgersia Pinnata)

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The Rodgersia develops best in full sun to partial shade spots where the soil is nutritive. It shall be watered often but the soil shall drain well.

The Rodgersia leaves are bronze-green in color when they are young and start to become darker when they mature. The Blooms are spikes of small fluffy pink petals that appear in late summer. Because of its height, it looks well in combination with evergreen shrubs or ferns.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 5 to 7
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun to part shade
  • Soil Needs: Rich, moist, well-drained

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31. Saxifrage

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This is a low-growing perennial plant with remarkable pink flowers. The leaves are tiny but numerous and thickly spread, creating a green foliage tuft.

People prefer to plant it in garden beds, edging gardens or rock gardens as part of a cascading flower combination.

  • USDA Growing Zones: Almost all zones
  • Color Variation: Pink
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun to part shade
  • Soil Needs: Moist but well-drained

32. Tulips

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Tulips are one of the greatest spring flowers. Unfortunately, we cannot admire their blooms for longer than a few days per season. However, they deserve a special place in the garden because of the variety of colors they bloom in.

The pink tulips are the sturdies species and therefore they have been most preferred for cut flowers.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 4 to 6 (There are a few that can survive in Zones 7 and 8.)
  • Color Varieties: White, yellow, pink, red, purple, bicolors
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun to part shade
  • Soil Needs: Medium moisture, well-drained soil

33. Veronica Spicata “Red Fox”

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It is perfect for edging or front of the border because of its bushy nature. It produces dense spikes of blue, pink or white flowers. They appear in early summer and last till late summer.

The best environment for the Red fox is full sun and well-drained soil which is kept with moderate moisture. To see the perennial bloom after the flower fades away, remove it to make space for a new one.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 3 to 8
  • Color Varieties: Purplish-blue, pink, white
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun
  • Soil Needs: Any average, well-drained soil

34. Yarrow (Achillea millefolium)

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This flower is bushy and heat resistant which characterizes it as one that requires less care. It blooms from early to late summer with pink large clusters that last for a long time. You can see that their color fades away to creamy pink as they mature but this is one of the amazing things about the Yarrow. They are also very pleasantly aromatic.

Plant in the garden where there is full sun and the soil is well-drained. Don’t worry if you forget to water it every day. The Yarrow is draught-resistant.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 3 to 10 (depending on cultivar)
  • Color Varieties: Pastels, rust, deep red, yellow, white
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun
  • Soil Needs: Any well-draining soil

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