Some types of pink flowers include rose thrift, Catherine Woodbury daylilies, raspberry wine bee balm, appleblossom yarrow and hollyhock. Additionally, some trees produce pink flowers, such as the crabapple.
Rose thrifts grow best in full sun to part shade and should be placed in well-drained soil. These flowers make prefect borders for other types of gardens, such as rock gardens. Catherine Woodbury daylillies grow in similar conditions to that of rose thrifts and can add a nice fragrance to any garden. It's also considered one of the easiest types of perennials to grow.
Planting raspberry wine bee balm flowers is a good way to attract butterflies and humming birds to a garden. These do best in full sun to partial shade and require well-drained soil. The plants can grow up to 30 inches tall, so space should be considered carefully.
Appleblossom yarrow flowers are noted for their soft, pink color and the way the flowers grow above feathery green-gray leaves. The plant itself is also very resistant to deer and rabbits and is great for drying projects.
Hollyhock offers gardens a large, full display of bright pink flowers. The plant can reach sizes of up to 8 feet tall and 3 feet wide, and it has flowers that closely resemble those of the hibiscus.