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.
This robust perennial flower garden has a small stone border separating it from the manicured lawn. Tall spikes of salvia called Red Hot Mama add dimension to the bed, while the low-growing Blue Bedder salvia – the deep purple flowers – is a great choice for perennial borders.
Plant ‘Purple Sensation’ ('Allium aflatunense) to keep color in your garden after the spring bulbs open, and before the summer perennials start. This allium produces round, violet-purple globes with hints of blue and pink. The stems grow 24 to 30 inches.
The flowering plants are primarily pink, white, yellow and blue, a soft palette that complements the natural shingles of the home. Flowering shrubs, roses, perennials, annuals and spring bulbs ensure that the garden is in bloom from March until late fall. Plants like iris, alliums, echinacea, roses and foxglove emphasize the cottage style of this colorful garden.
Eclectic Hot Pink Bar Features Butterfly Wallpaper
A purple wall is countered with a hot pink bar with a white countertop stretching the length of the room. A black and white rose floral wall is decorated with bright multicolor butterflies. Butterflies hanging in the wire case surrounding the light bulbs bring the creatures to life with a 3D look. A food display is perfectly organized down the long countertop.
This home is situated on a steep slope overlooking a reservoir. To make the outdoor spaces more accessible, landscape designers terraced patios, gardens and the pool. For color, perennials, flowering shrubs and roses were planted in a palette of blue, pink and white.
A beautiful lawn makes planting beds sparkle. This bed features a blend of shrubs, perennials and annuals, including Sweet Caroline Bewitched Green with Envy sweet potato vine and Hippo Red and Hippo Rose hypoestes. The planting also includes several ornamental grasses: ‘Fireworks’ variegated fountain grass, ‘Sky Rocket’ purple fountain grass, and Vertigo elephant grass.
Fabulously colorful, ti plant (Cordyline fruticosa) struts its stuff with very little care. Purple leaves unfurl with streaks of cream, hot pink, white or purple shades for a non-stop show. High light combined with high humidity is the secret to a healthy, multicolored plant.
Hot Tub Glows Green at Night
When the sun goes down, this deck transforms into a visual wonder. As the sky shifts from light blue to pink and purple, so too does the hot tub water become an enchanting new color.
Hot Pink Bows, Tutus Add Fun Touch to Glam Girl's Nursery
Hot pink bows, cozy throws and tutus make this girl's nursery look as fun and feminine as possible. Over the crib, monogrammed wall art in a rich purple hue ensures that everyone knows exactly who's in charge.
Colorful, Eclectic Sitting Room With Diamond Patterned Walls
Bold hot pink walls with a diamond pattern catch the eye in this lively siting room. A green sofa sits against the pink wall and is decorated with throw pillows featuring the bright pink, purple and green hues used in the design. A leopard print rug adds a fun pattern to the space and pairs well with the tri-legged table.
Vibrant Sitting Room With Hot Pink Walls and Bold, Tufted Furniture
A tufted turquoise sofa fits perfectly in the window nook of this eclectic sitting room. Floor length metallic curtains frame the windows creating a natural shine in the room. A purple tufted bench complements the purple lines in the diamond pattern of the hot pink walls. Black and white chairs finish the mix of seating.
Every little princess deserves a hot pink nursery! A silver chandelier, matching mirror and foiled wallpaper add some sparkle to the room, while a plush purple rocking chair gives mom and dad a place to sing their little one to sleep.
The soft planting palette used in this garden is composed primarily of pink, white yellow and blue flowering shrubs. The designer avoided oranges and reds in order for the palette to complement the natural shingles of the home, creating a cohesive design. Here, flowering shrubs like roses and other annuals and perennials ensure the garden is in bloom from March until late fall.
Related to snapdragons, twinspur (Diaschia)is a cool-weather annual, producing its bright blooms as long as nighttime temperatures stay below 70 or so. In northern climates, that means flowers from spring through fall until the first hard frost. Comes in pink, rose, orange, salmon, cream, white and combos. Perennial in USDA Zone 7 and warmer.