Pink is one of the commonest flower colours, so you're spoilt for choice when choosing pink-flowered plants to grow.
It's also a popular flower colour used in gardens designed by Piet Oudolf – the reknowned Dutch garden designer. Try combining our choices with orange- and purple-flowered plants, like heleniums and echinops.
For a cool-toned, herbaceous border, combine pink flowers with white, blue and purple-coloured blooms.
When choosing cultivars, don't forget to take pollinating insects into account. Double flowers are usually inaccessible pollinators, so it's worth growing plants with single flowers so they can get to the pollen and nectar.
Check out our handy Plant Finder to discover lots more pink-flowered plants.
Discover some of our favourite plants with pink flowers below, including gorgeous perennials, shrubs and climbers.