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17 Gorgeous Trees with Pink Flowers (Perfect for Home Landscapes)

Gorgeous Trees with Pink Flowers

Let’s explore some of the best choices for ornamental trees that bloom with pink flowers.

Ranging from bright and vivid to soft and subtle hues, here’s a summary of my favorite trees with pink flowers to make a statement in any garden.

For each tree in this list, you’ll find key details including photos, mature size, sunlight needs, growth rate, bloom time and even where to purchase them! 

Make sure you scroll to the bottom of this post for a table that includes the size, bloom times and key features of each tree in this list!

Feeling overwhelmed or need some help deciding? Check out my article about how to Choose the Right Tree For Your Front Yard.

Twilight Crape Myrtle

Lagerstroemia indica ‘Twilight’

Twilight Crape Myrtle Lagerstroemia indica 'Twilight'
Twilight Crape Myrtle (Lagerstroemia indica ‘Twilight’)
  • Growing Zones: 7-9
  • Light: Full Sun
  • Size: 20-25’ H x 10-20’ W
  • Flower Color: Deep Pink
  • Foliage Color: Green turning to yellows, oranges, or burgundy in fall
  • Bloom Time: Early June to frost for 70 days
  • Growth Rate: Fast
  • Native Range: Himalayas through southern China, southeast Asia and Japan, but has naturalized in the United States.
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The Purple Twilight Crape Myrtle (Lagerstroemia indica) features long-blooming deep pink blooms that last from June to frost. With a fast growth rate, it thrives in full sun and acidic soil, reaching 20-25 feet tall and 10-20 feet wide. 

Its foliage transitions from green to various fall colors (yellows, oranges and even burgundy), making it a great option for multi-season interest in your landscape. ‘Twilight’ is a highly drought tolerant Crape Myrtle that grows well in Zones 7-9.

Eastern Redbud Tree

Cercis canadensis

Eastern Redbud Tree Cercis canadensis
Eastern Redbud Tree (Cercis canadensis). Photo by Pretty Purple Door.
  • Growing Zones: 4-9
  • Light: Full-Part Sun
  • Size: 20-30’ H x 10-15’ W
  • Flower Color: Vivid pink/purple
  • Foliage Color: Green, changes throughout the season
  • Bloom Time: Early spring
  • Growth Rate: Moderate
  • Native Range: Eastern United States
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The Eastern Redbud (Cercis canadensis) thrives in Zones 4-9 with a moderate growth rate, showcasing vivid pink/purple flowers in early spring. This tree reaches 20-30 ft. in height and 10-15 ft. in width, offering a lush canopy with heart-shaped green leaves that change colors throughout the seasons.

Redbuds prefer partial to full sun exposure and adds vibrant color to any landscape. 

They are native to the Eastern United States; specifically New Jersey and southern Pennsylvania northwest to southern Michigan, southwest into southeastern Nebraska, south to central Texas, and east to central Florida. A disjunct redbud population also extends from the Trans-Pecos and south Texas into Mexico.

Forest Pansy Redbud

Cercis Canadensis ‘Forest Pansy’

Forest Pansy Redbud

Cercis Canadensis 'Forest Pansy'
Forest Pansy Redbud (Cercis Canadensis ‘Forest Pansy’)
  • Growing Zones: 5-9
  • Light: Full-Part Sun
  • Size: 20-30’ H x 25-35’ W
  • Flower Color: Magenta
  • Foliage Color: Dark purple, changing to orange & yellow in fall
  • Bloom Time: Early spring
  • Growth Rate: Moderate
  • Native Range: Eastern United States
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The Forest Pansy Redbud (Cercis Canadensis) is a captivating flowering tree with dark purple foliage throughout the season. It blooms in early spring with fragrant magenta blossoms, attracting hummingbirds. 

Its vibrant canopy and stunning fall colors of orange and yellow make it a standout choice for gardens or landscapes. 

With a moderate growth rate, it thrives in zones 5-9 outdoors, reaching heights of 20-30 feet and spreads of 25-35 feet. This tree adds natural charm and warmth to any planting location, shining as an early spring beacon and a stunning fall foliage display.

Ruby Falls Redbud Tree

Cercis canadensis ‘Ruby Falls’ PP22097

Ruby Falls Redbud Tree

Cercis canadensis 'Ruby Falls' PP22097
Ruby Falls Redbud Tree (Cercis canadensis ‘Ruby Falls’ PP22097)
  • Growing Zones: 5-8
  • Light: Full-Part Sun
  • Size: 8-10’ H x 10-15″ W
  • Flower Color: Reddish-pink
  • Foliage Color: Deep red-purple
  • Bloom Time: Spring for several weeks
  • Growth Rate: Moderate
  • Native Range: Eastern United States
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The Ruby Falls Redbud Tree (Cercis canadensis) is a captivating ornamental tree known for its unique deep red-purple foliage and charming reddish-pink blossoms in spring. Thriving in part sun to full sun conditions, it reaches a height of 8-10 feet and spreads 10-15 feet wide. 

This variety blooms for several weeks during spring, showcasing its striking colors. Native to North America with a small size and moderate growth rate, this is a great choice for any Eastern home garden.

There are so many amazing Redbud trees to choose from. Check out many different Redbud varieties here at Fast-Growing-Trees.com.

Jane Magnolia

Magnolia x ‘Jane’

Jane Magnolia

Magnolia x 'Jane'
Jane Magnolia Tree (Magnolia x ‘Jane’)
  • Growing Zones: 4-8
  • Light: Full-Part Sun
  • Size: 10-15’ H x 5-10’ W
  • Flower Color: Purple-pink
  • Foliage Color: Green (turns to evergreen leaves in warmer climates)
  • Bloom Time: Spring; extends throughout summer with no pruning needed
  • Growth Rate: Moderate
  • Native Range: China/Japan (Hybrid)
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The Jane Magnolia tree (Magnolia x ‘Jane’) thrives in zones 4-8 outdoors. It flourishes in full to partial sunlight, growing to a height of 10-15′ feet and a width of 5-10′ feet. 

This tree produces vibrant purple-pink tulip-shaped flowers in spring, extending its blooming season throughout summer without requiring pruning. Its moderate growth rate and adaptability to various soil types make it an attractive addition to gardens or containers. 

Jane Magnolia is part of the Little Girl Series created at the National Arboretum in the 1950’s by Francis DeVos and William Kosar who crossed M. liliiflora ‘Nigra’ (native to southwestern China) and M. stellata ‘Rosea’ (native to Japan). 

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Saucer Magnolia

Magnolia soulangeana

Saucer Magnolia

Magnolia soulangeana
Saucer Magnolia Tree (Magnolia soulangeana)
  • Growing Zones: 4-9
  • Light: Full Sun
  • Size: 20-30’ H x 20-25’ W
  • Flower Color: Pink, Purple, White
  • Foliage Color: Green
  • Bloom Time: Spring for 2-4 weeks
  • Growth Rate: Medium to Fast
  • Native Range: China (Hybrid)
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The Saucer Magnolia (Magnolia x soulangeana), is a stunning ornamental tree displaying large, showy pink, purple, and white flowers in early spring, lasting 2-4 weeks. Thriving in full sun, it reaches heights of 20-30 feet and spreads 20-25 feet wide. 

This tree is adaptable to growing zones 4-9 and offers a medium to fast growth rate, making it a charming addition to gardens seeking vibrant, flowering trees. This is a great option if you’re looking for for an eye-catching landscape centerpiece.

During the early 1820s in Fromont, France, the Magnolia x Soulangiana was created by hybridizing Yulan Magnolia (Magnolia denudata) and Lily Magnolia (Magnolia liliiflora), both of which originate from various parts of China.

Cherokee Brave Pink Dogwood Tree

Cornus florida ‘Comco No. 1’

Cherokee Brave Pink Dogwood Tree

Cornus florida 'Comco No. 1'
Pink Dogwood Tree (Cornus florida). Photo by Pretty Purple Door.
  • Growing Zones: 5-9
  • Light: Part Shade Preferred, Tolerates Full Sun in Cooler Zones
  • Size: 20-30 ft. H x 25-35 ft. W
  • Flower Color: Unique red hue fading into white center
  • Foliage Color: Initially red tint, matures to lush green, turning maroon in fall
  • Bloom Time: Early spring with warm-colored blossoms
  • Growth Rate: Fast
  • Native Range: United States and Mexico
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The Cherokee Brave Dogwood (Cornus florida) thrives in growing zones 5-9, showcasing unique red-hued flowers that fade into white centers during early spring. 

Its foliage initially exhibits a red tint before turning lush green and finally maroon in the fall.

This fast-growing ornamental tree reaches 20-30 feet in height and 25-35 feet in width, preferring part shade but tolerating full sun in its cooler zone range (5-6).

The range of flowering dogwood’s native range extends from extreme southwestern Maine west to New York, extreme southern Ontario, central Michigan, central Illinois, and central Missouri; south to extreme southeast Kansas, eastern Oklahoma, east Texas; and east to north Florida. A variety also grows in the mountains of Nuevo León and Veracruz, Mexico.

Pink Weeping Cherry Tree

Prunus subhirtella var. Pendula

Pink weeping flowering cherry tree
Prunus subhirtella ‘Pendula’. Photo by Pretty Purple Door
  • Growing Zones: 4-9
  • Light: Full-Part Sun
  • Size: 20-30 ft. H x 20-30 ft. W
  • Flower Color: Pink, semi-double flowers in spring
  • Foliage Color: Green, turning bright yellow in fall
  • Bloom Time: Spring
  • Growth Rate: Moderate
  • Native Range: Japan 
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The Pink Weeping Cherry Tree (Prunus subhirtella), thrives in growing zones 4-9. It prefers full to partial sunlight and grows up to 20-30 feet tall and wide.

This weeping cherry displays pink semi-double flowers in spring and boasts bright yellow foliage in the fall. With a moderate growth rate, it provides a beautiful bloom display during the spring season. 

My neighbor has this tree and I can see it all year through our living room window. It doesn’t bloom for a very long time, but it really is a show stopper when it does. Overall it has a great structure and it’s perfect size for a smaller property.

Check out many different varieties of flowering cherry trees over at Fast-Growing-Trees.com.

Robinson Crabapple Tree

Malus ‘Robinson’

Robinson Crabapple Tree

Malus 'Robinson'
Robinson Crabapple Tree (Malus ‘Robinson’)
  • Growing Zones: 4-8
  • Light: Full-Part Sun
  • Size: 15-20’H x 15-25’ W
  • Flower Color: Vivid pink blooms
  • Foliage Color: Textured bark
  • Bloom Time: Spring; blooms last several weeks
  • Growth Rate: Moderate
  • Native Range: Eastern United States
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The Robinson Crabapple Tree (Malus) boasts stunning vivid pink blooms in spring, decorative fruit in fall and textured bark. Thriving in full to partial sunlight, this tree grows to 15-20 feet in height and 15-25 feet in width, with a moderate growth rate.

This crabapple grows well in zones 4-8. It’s a great choice if you’re looking to attract wildlife like birds and butterflies onto your property.

There are many different shapes and sizes of Crabapples to choose from, ranging in color from pink to red. Check out the many different varieties here at Fast-Growing-Trees.com.

EH Wilson Mimosa Tree (Cold Hardy)

Albizia julibrissin ‘EH Wilson’

EH Wilson Mimosa Tree (Cold Hardy)

Albizia julibrissin 'EH Wilson'
EH Wilson Mimosa Tree (Albizia julibrissin ‘EH Wilson’)
  • Growing Zones: 5-10
  • Light: Full-Partial Sun
  • Size: 10-15’ H x 15-20’ W
  • Flower Color: Bright pink
  • Foliage Color: Green
  • Bloom Time: Mid-June to September, blooms last nearly four months
  • Growth Rate: Fast
  • Native Range: Asia (Iran to Japan)
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The Cold Hardy Mimosa Tree (Albizia julibrissin) is a durable and adaptable tree with beautiful pink blooms that endure freezing temperatures down to -10°F (Zone 5). 

Thriving in various conditions, it attracts wildlife, resists deer and grows quickly. This tree, with its long-lasting blossoms, is perfect for spaces small or large, offering a unique and striking addition to any landscape.

Knock Out® Rose Tree

Rosa ‘Radtko’

Knock Out® Rose Tree

Rosa ‘Radtko’
Knock Out® Rose Tree (Rosa ‘Radtko’)
  • Growing Zones: 5-10
  • Light: Full Sun
  • Size: 4-7’ H x 3-4’ W
  • Flower Color: Bright crimson
  • Foliage Color: Green
  • Bloom Time: Early spring to first frost, blooming for six months
  • Growth Rate: Fast
  • Native Range: Hybrid
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The Red Knock Out Rose Tree (Rosa) thrives in zones 5-10, requiring full sun exposure. It reaches a height of 4-7 feet and spreads 3-4 feet wide, displaying bright crimson flowers throughout the early spring until the first frost, blooming continuously for approximately six months.

I haven’t personally grown the tree-form of this knockout rose. But, I have grown the shrub forms and can attest to the VERY long bloom season. This is one of very few perennials that blooms all season long.

This fast-growing tree is a disease-resistant, vibrant addition to gardens, needing minimal maintenance.

Many roses are native to Taiwan, Japan, Korea, China, central & southern Europe and various sections of Western Asia. Several rose species are native to the U.S. Rose hybrids have come from all across the world.

Pink Trumpet Tree

Tabebuia heterophylla

Pink Trumpet Tree

Tabebuia heterophylla
Pink Trumpet Tree (Tabebuia heterophylla)
  • Growing Zones: 4-11 patio / 10-11 outdoors
  • Light: Full Sun
  • Size: 30’ H x 15-25’ W
  • Flower Color: Bright Pink
  • Foliage Color: Glossy green, semi-evergreen
  • Bloom Time: Spring through summer
  • Growth Rate: Moderate
  • Native Range: Puerto Rico, West Indies
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The Pink Trumpet Tree (Tabebuia heterophylla) is a vibrant, semi-evergreen pink flowering tree that thrives in full sun and grows well in zones 4-11 patio or 10-11 outdoors. It features a profusion of bright pink blooms from spring through summer, complemented by glossy green foliage.

With a moderate growth rate and reaching up to 30 feet in height and 15-25 feet in width, this tree adds tropical color to landscapes and is adaptable to various soil types. Purchase this tree for an easy-growing, low-maintenance addition to your landscape.

Roble is native to Puerto Rico and widely distributed through the West Indies from Hispaniola to Grenada and Barbados. It is also naturalized in Bermuda and planted in southern Florida (16).

Newport Flowering Plum

Prunus cerasifera ‘Newport’

Newport Flowering Plum

Prunus cerasifera 'Newport'
Newport Flowering Plum (Prunus cerasifera ‘Newport’)
  • Growing Zones: 4-9
  • Light: Full Sun
  • Size: 25-30’ H x 20-25’ W
  • Flower Color: Light Pink
  • Foliage Color: Purple in summer, bronze turning to deep purple
  • Bloom Time: Spring
  • Growth Rate: Fast
  • Native Range: Western Asia and the Caucasus
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The Newport Flowering Plum (Prunus cerasifera) boasts striking purple foliage and light pink spring flowers, adding vivid color to any landscape.

With a fast growth rate and adaptability to various soil types, it thrives in full sun within Zones 4-9. Low maintenance and cold-hardy, it can reach 25-30 feet tall and 20-25 feet wide.

The tree is known for its resilience in extreme climates and doesn’t require additional plants to make a statement in a garden or landscape. This is a popular choice among gardeners because of how quickly it grows and fills out.

Prunus cerasifera is native to western Asia and the Caucasus. Today, it only exists in cultivation except for the many situations where it has escaped gardens and naturalized. Naturalization has occurred in the U.S., primarily in the northeast and far west.

Corinthian Pink Double Flowering Peach Tree

Prunus persica ‘Corinthian Pink’

Corinthian Pink Double Flowering Peach Tree

Prunus persica ‘Corinthian Pink'
Corinthian Pink Double Flowering Peach Tree (Prunus persica ‘Corinthian Pink’)
  • Growing Zones: 5-9
  • Light: Full Sun
  • Size: 20-25’ H x 10-15’ W
  • Flower Color: Soft pink blooms with shades of deep purple violet in the middle
  • Foliage Color: purple foliage shifting from burgundy to green to yellow (spring to fall)
  • Bloom Time: Early spring
  • Growth Rate: Fast
  • Native Range: Northwest China
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The Corinthian Pink Double Flowering Peach Tree (Prunus persica) is a stunning columnar tree, boasting abundant soft pink double blooms with purple shades at the center in early spring. With a mature height of 20-25 feet and a width of 10-15 feet, this tree thrives in full sun and grows rapidly.

It features serrated purple foliage that transitions from burgundy to green to yellow throughout the seasons. Ideal for small spaces and patio containers, this ornamental tree adds vibrant color and a delightful fragrance to any landscape.

The peach tree is a native of Asia, specifically northwest China. It was believed to be introduced to North America by Spanish explorers, and once it was introduced to North America, Native Americans planted it and commonly used the fruits.

Lucy Althea Tree (Hibiscus)

Hibiscus syriacus ‘Lucy’ tree form

Lucy Althea Tree (Hibiscus)

Hibiscus syriacus 'Lucy' tree form
Lucy Althea Tree (Hibiscus syriacus ‘Lucy’ tree form)
  • Growing Zones: 5-8
  • Light: Full-Part Sun
  • Size: 6-10’ H x 5-6’ W
  • Flower Color: vivid red-pink
  • Foliage Color: Grey-green
  • Bloom Time: Summer through fall
  • Growth Rate: Fast, 12-24″/year
  • Native Range: Korea and south-central and southeast China
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The Lucy Althea Tree Form (Hibiscus syriacus), thrives in Growing Zones 5-8. Its vivid red-pink blooms adorn the landscape from summer through fall.

With a mature height of 6-10 feet and width of 5-6 feet, this tree attracts butterflies and hummingbirds, boasting deer and disease resistance.

Hibiscus syriacus is native to Korea, and south-central and southeast China, but widely introduced elsewhere, including much of Asia. It was given the epithet syriacus because it had been collected from gardens in Syria.

Quick Fire® Hydrangea Tree

Hydrangea paniculata ‘Bulk’

Quick Fire® Hydrangea Tree

Hydrangea paniculata 'Bulk'
Quick Fire® Hydrangea Tree (Hydrangea paniculata ‘Bulk’)
  • Growing Zones: 3-8
  • Light: Full-Partial Sun
  • Size: 6-10 ft. H x 4-5 ft. W
  • Flower Color: White to Pink to Red in fall
  • Foliage Color: Green, turns to gold and burgundy in fall
  • Bloom Time: Summer through Fall
  • Growth Rate: Slow
  • Native Range: China and Japan
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The Quick Fire® Hydrangea Tree (Hydrangea paniculata) is a low-maintenance, long-blooming panicle hydrangea. It showcases pure white lacecap blooms transitioning to blush pink and deep rose red in fall, with foliage changing to gold and burgundy for extended garden interest.

Thriving in full to partial sun, it grows to a mature size of 6-10 feet in height and 4-5 feet in width.

I haven’t grown the tree form, but can attest that Quickfire hydrangeas blooms earlier than similar hydrangeas, starting in early-mid summer and continuing through fall. They have a slower growth rate and thrive in a wide range of climates, from zones 3-8.

Vanilla Strawberry™ Hydrangea Tree

Hydrangea paniculata ‘Renhy’ PP20670 

Vanilla Strawberry™ Hydrangea Tree

Hydrangea paniculata 'Renhy' PP20670
Vanilla Strawberry™ Hydrangea Tree (Hydrangea paniculata ‘Renhy’ PP20670)
  • Growing Zones: 4-8 outdoors
  • Light: Part Shade/Part Sun (Zones 6-9), Full Sun (Zones 4-6)
  • Size: 6-8 ft. H x 4-5 ft. W
  • Flower Color: White to pink to deep red and burgundy
  • Foliage Color: Green
  • Bloom Time: Spring to summer with colorful blooms lasting months
  • Growth Rate: Fast
  • Native Range: China and Japan
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The Vanilla Strawberry™ Hydrangea Tree (Hydrangea paniculata) showcases a spectacular display of white, pink, and deep red blooms, transitioning throughout the seasons. With a fast growth rate and hardy nature, this tree offers extended periods of colorful flowers from spring to summer, complemented by red stems in winter.

Ideal for Zones 4-8 outdoors and reaching heights of 6-8 feet and widths of 4-5 feet, this tree thrives in various light conditions.

It’s a great option for garden enthusiasts looking for small, prolific blooming trees that are also low-maintenance.

Table: Size, Bloom Times and Key Features of Trees with Pink Flowers

Tree NameHeightWidthBloom TimeKey Features
Twilight Crape Myrtle20-25’10-20’June to frostDeep pink blooms, green to fall foliage
Eastern Redbud Tree20-30’10-15’Early springVivid pink/purple blooms
Forest Pansy Redbud20-30’25-35’Early springMagenta blooms, purple foliage
Ruby Falls Redbud Tree8-10’10-15″Spring for several weeksReddish-pink blooms, deep red-purple foliage
Jane Magnolia10-15’5-10’Spring through summerPurple-pink tulip blooms
Saucer Magnolia20-30’20-25’Spring for 2-4 weeksPink, purple, white blooms
Cherokee Brave Pink Dogwood20-30 ft25-35 ftEarly springRed blooms fading to pink to white
Pink Weeping Cherry20-30 ft20-30 ftSpringPink semi-double blooms
Robinson Crabapple15-20’15-25’Spring, several weeksVivid pink blooms
EH Wilson Mimosa10-15’15-20’Mid-June to SeptemberBright pink blooms
Knock Out Rose4-7’3-4’Early spring to frostBright crimson blooms
Pink Trumpet Tree30’15-25’Spring through summerBright pink blooms
Newport Plum25-30’20-25’SpringLight pink blooms, purple foliage
Pink Double Peach20-25’10-15’Early springSoft pink & purple blooms

Wrapping Up

When it comes to adding a pop of vibrancy and charm to any landscape, few options compare to trees that bloom pink flowers. As you can see, there are many options that suit any property size and conditions! 

Choices like the radiant Knock Out Rose Tree and Pink Trumpet Tree bring tropical, bright pink hues and extended seasons of color. For those seeking smaller accent trees, options like the Ruby Falls Redbud and Jane Magnolia fit the bill with their reddish-pink blossoms and compact forms. And classics like the vivid Eastern Redbud Tree and elegant Saucer Magnolia are reliable go-to’s that have delighted gardeners for decades.

If you haven’t decided on your perfect tree yet, head to this article for more of my favorite flowering trees for small yards. And if you’re really short on space, you’ll love these gorgeous narrow tree options perfect for small yards.

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