Plants with pink flowers

Enhance the beauty of your garden with these stunning plants that showcase vibrant pink flowers. Explore our top picks and create a colorful and enchanting outdoor space.
Planting begonias is easy, just dig a 2″ deep hole, and plop that sucker right on in. If your plant has been at the nursery long (or it's later in the season), loosen up the soil a bit to break up the roots from wrapping around themselves. (You can tell if you need to break up the roots as they'll be running on top of each other making a spider web formation.) But, if it's early in Spring, you can just drop your begonia right in. Garden Supplies, Planting Flowers, Gardening, Flowering Bushes, Front Flower Beds, Garden Tips, Garden Plants, Begonia, Garden Beds

Planting begonias is easy, just dig a 2″ deep hole, and plop that sucker right on in. If your plant has been at the nursery long (or it's later in the season), loosen up the soil a bit to break up the roots from wrapping around themselves. (You can tell if you need to break up the roots as they'll be running on top of each other making a spider web formation.) But, if it's early in Spring, you can just drop your begonia right in.

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