Pink Blooms

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Phlox | Creative Cain CabinIt seems like I’ve had a lot of flower posts lately but I guess that’s what’s happening this time of year. Flowers blooming, bees buzzing, gardens producing, and summer sun. 

Phlox | Mason Jar | Porch Sitting | Creative Cain Cabin My mission was to wander around my garden and the guest homes garden and take some photos. I noticed everything blooming right now was pink, so pink became my theme. I guess I never realized how many pink flowers I have. I am now wondering if I gravitate towards that particular color for flowers. 

Phlox | Creative Cain CabinThat makes me think I need to add some new colors. I don’t think I have a single flower in white so I will make that my goal when I’m out dividing from friends gardens. The other color I lack in is orange, but I do seem to have a lot of yellow. 

Pink Blooms | Creative Cain CabinThese are the pink bloomers that I have right now….cosmos, phlox, coneflower, zinnia, phlox, knockout rose. Now go out and check your garden and tell me if you seem to plant a particular flower color more than any other, I’m curious to hear.



  1. says

    I love pink flowers, too. For some reason they seem so soothing. I am happy for every flower post I see. They keep me in this wonderful season. xo Laura

  2. says

    Love all the pink around your home Dawn. So pretty. I seem to have a lot of pink in my garden too. I just think it is a bright and cheerful color and really pops in the summer sun. Have a great Sunday.

  3. Nancy Blue Moon says

    Pink and purple seem to be most of the colors I have..I do love my yellow Black Eyed Susans and Black Eyed Susan vines too..You and Claudia can show me all of the flowers you won’t be that long until they are gone

    • says

      Nancy, My gardens are blooming at strange times this year so I haven’t shown the whole thing at one time. It seems like there has been a lot of green this year instead of blossoms. We just had a bad storm go through and I think it may have knocked down all my sunflower plants, and they haven’t even bloomed yet ๐Ÿ™

  4. says

    Right now my garden is a mix of pink and yellow. Only a little splash of blue left as the last of the delphiniums and larkspur go to seed. Monkshood and the Black Knight butterfly bush are adding a tad of purple. No matter what color, I am enjoying the garden so much. I long for the bright color in the depths of winter snow, but that is why I take so many photos, I can look back in January at them and know that under all that white, cold stuff lying on the ground is a beautiful garden sleeping.

    • says

      Pamela you have so many that I don’t have. I will have to look into a bigger variety. I can never get a butterfly bush to live here but I would love delphinium and larkspur.

  5. Kris says

    I have a real mish mash or colors in my garden. Lots of pink too. Your flowers are so pretty. And I enjoyed your garden post previously too. Nice looking veg!!
    xo Kris

    • says

      Kris, it is amazing how veggies can look pretty in pics, lol. I need to add more color to the garden if I can fit it into my schedule.

  6. says

    Morning, Dawndie! Oh, I love your pretty pink blooms – especially the cone flower. I used to grow those when I lived in New Mexico. Alas I don’t have a garden at the moment, but soon! ๐Ÿ˜‰ I love your beautiful photography – always.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • says

      Shelia, I had only one lonely coneflower bloom this year. I think they have been choked out by other plants.

  7. says

    Dawn, I love your beautiful photos of your flowers. I just planted some coneflowers in the Cheyenne variety in various colors of orange. I guess I’m attracted more to red and orange flowers, but I have a lot of pink ones planted near my mom’s apartment because pink is her favorite flower color.

    • says

      Jane I saw the Cheyenne variety this year they are beautiful, just stunning, the color are almost unreal. I would say red is my least favorite flower, I lean more towards what your mom likes.

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