Upward-facing blooms give the Gold Collection of hellebores, including Pink Frost, a special beauty. Flowers appear from mid- to late winter, and blossom bracts linger well into spring. Pink Frost features shades of pink, rose, blush and white, which pairs beautifully with burgundy stems. Deer-resistant plants grow 12 to 15 inches tall by 24 inches wide. Hardy in Zones 5-9.
Unlike most hellebores, or Lenten roses, Gold Collection® ‘Pink Frost’ holds its blooms upright, so their white, pink and deep rose colors are easier to see in winter. The plants have attractive burgundy stems. Use these deer resistant plants as groundcovers or perennials in shady spots.
A patterned wallpaper on above the molding decorates and adds a faux texture effect to the room design. Blush pink chairs are the centerpiece of the design, popping agains the white walls and deep hardwood floor.
A skylight lets in natural light over this bright, white walk in closet. A decorative double door closet features a 3D design and crystal door knobs. Stacks of drawers are topped with white countertop and a built in open storage shoe shelf. A rose rug adds color to the room, and a neutral ottoman finishes the space.
On HGTV's "Celebrity Holiday Homes," designer Brandon Bunch makes use of topiaries, green ivy, eucalyptus, pink roses and glass ball ornaments in coordinating colors as key design elements for Trisha Yearwood's home.
No table setting is complete without flowers. Opt for readily-available flowers and keep the arrangements simple and unobtrusive. Here, white and dual-toned cream and pink roses are placed in low cube vases and small apothecary bottles.
Layers of patterns and textures create a warm and cozy vibe in this chic, contemporary bedroom. A raw wood night stand topped with pink roses brings a natural element into the space, while a sleek brass lamp adds modern contrast.
Climbing pink roses spill over a wood gazebo in this formal cottage garden, framing the entryway towards the shingled home. A simple rope fence intersects the garden and defines the entry garden from the large expanse of lawn framed by silvery lavender Russian sage.
A large distressed mirror made to look like a vintage window adds depth to this small sitting area. Upholstered light blue chairs with matching throws and pillows create a comfortable sitting area around an ottoman. A bouquet of hot pink roses adds vibrant color to the room's soft palette.
Bold color transforms this sitting area into an exciting focal point. Jewel-toned drapery and bright chair fabric add a daring flair while a white side table stands out with its Asian-influenced design. Attention to detail is shown with a decorated throw pillow mirroring the bouquet of pink roses.