Though not as bold as red, pink plumeria flowers have a unique place among plumeria flowers when it comes to color. Bright pink colors express youth, fun, excitement, and confidence. Pink, since being chosen as the color to symbolize the fight against women’s breast cancer possibly for its association with baby girls, has internationally added awareness and hope to its already recognized romantic and charming appeal. Pink plumeria flowers offer this softer side to their red counterparts.
Pink flowers come in different shades known as blush, coral, fuchsia, raspberry, rose, salmon, hot pink, and magenta. Some named pink plumeria flowers among Plumeria rubra officially registered with the Plumeria Society of America include Charlotte Ebert, Grove Farm, Maui Beauty, Mela Matson, Sally Moragne, and Slaughter Pink.
These are just some of many well known pink plumerias. These are proven performers producing delightful scented plumeria flowers. They can be grown successfully in your garden with proven and tested guidelines.
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