Some of the first roses that were cultivated were in the pink hues because pinks were most common in the wild. These cultivated roses were so popular, with their nuances and shades of pink, that they became the rose color of choice. Gardeners soon realized that these classic pink colors combined very well with white and red roses; the soft pink appearance accentuated the red and white colors in their landscapes.
Pink roses pack a contemporary color punch and are your go-to multipurpose roses. You cannot go wrong with pink! Pink roses have simple beauty, some with an intoxicating fragrance, and provide an array of pink rose shades that signify elegance, grace, and subtleness. They seem to have the ability to blend into a variety of landscaping themes. Pink roses are abundantly available in many rose categories such as, shrub forms, groundcovers, and especially climbing and tea rose types. We are proud that Nature Hills offers an abundance of pink roses in our rose plant offerings.