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10 Millennial Pink Plants You Need Now

Check out these pretty florals and foliage to deck out your home in millennial pink. We’ve rounded up our favorites from houseplants to landscaping.

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Oh, peonies. The starlet of the bridal world. The soft, feathery petals make a big impact in bouquets but they don’t come cheap, especially out of season. If you have your heart set on a wedding showered in pink peonies, make sure you plan your big day between April and June when these flowers are in season and prices go down.

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Today, carnations are overshadowed by trendy peonies and ranunculus but this ancient flower has an incredible endurance that keeps it a mainstay for florists. Seriously, carnations just don’t wilt. They can last for weeks in an arrangement if you change the water often. There’s also deep symbolism that goes back to the ancient Greeks and Romans. The flowers represent love, purity and gratitude. While carnations can appear in almost any color, the OG hues in soft pinks and peach are very close to millennial pink.

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Nothing says spring like a bouquet of tulips from the farmer’s market. But even though these bulbs make pretty Instagrams, they tend to sag in vases just 24 hours in. If you want the look of fresh cut tulips all year long, try faux florals such as this designer arrangement from Neiman Marcus.

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Rose Bush

A rose bush or rose bed can bring major curb appeal to a front walkway. And if you want an explosion of millennial pink, it’s okay to plant outside the lines. "Do not be afraid to plant roses close to paths or seats where they may spill over,” says rosarian Michael Marriott. “Their proximity makes it all the better for appreciating their beautiful flowers and delicious fragrances."

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