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Best 2024 Pantone Color Of The Year 'Peach Fuzz' Picks For Your Garden

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Each year, Pantone chooses a new color of the year based on research of what's trending or influencing the world at the moment. Many retailers will then incorporate this color into their product lines. This year's color, Peach Fuzz, really caught my attention as it's one that I enjoy seeing in the garden. I am very often drawn to flowers and foliage of a similar hue, so I thought it would be fun to pick out a few of my favorite on trend peachy plants to share with you. 

At Last Peach Rose Flower

At Last Rose - First on my list would definitely have to be Proven Winner's At Last Rose, a favorite in my own garden. This is a disease resistant rose that blooms spring through mild fall temperatures. Always a stunner in the garden with the light apricot hue.

Peachy Keen Verbena Flower
Photo by Proven Winners

Peachy Keen Verbena - Verbena is one of my mom's favorites. She would often pick up the small 4-cell pack of it at the garden center. Proven Winner's came up with their more vigorous Superbenas, like Peachy Keen, that have an even larger spread in containers or the landscape.

Floret Zinnia Alpenglow Flower
Photo by Floret

Zinnia Alpenglow - Floret has been developing new varieties of zinnias and other flowers specifically with the cut flower farmer in mind. She's cultivated and curated quite a collection of beautiful flowers in new shades, one of which is Alpenglow with a soft peach haze. Can you just imagine a whole row of these lovely zinnias in your garden?

Strawberry Blonde Calendula Flower
Photo by High Mowing Organic Seeds

Strawberry Blonde Calendula - Calendula is an early riser in the spring garden that can endure the cooler temps and bring a little bit of peachy color. This is also a great flower to harvest for seed or if you're like me, you will accidentally allow it to reseed itself and have calendula growing out of your ears throughout the season. 

Peachberry Ice Coral Bells
Photo by Proven Winners

Peachberry Ice Coral Bells - The foliage of this Peachberry Ice Coral Bells plant stands out in the flower bed. The rosy, peach coloring will add a bit of warmth among other shrubs and perennials. 

Vesuvius Nasturtium Edible Flower
Photo by MIGardener

Vesuvius Nasturtium - Bring the peach fuzz trend to your actual plate with the Vesuvius nasturtium. A beautiful vine of edible flowers and leaves. This is another variety that makes it easy to harvest your own seeds at the end of the summer. 

Supreme™ Cantaloupe Coneflower

Supreme TM Cantaloupe Coneflower - Last but not least is another fruit inspired flower - the Supreme Cantaloupe coneflower with its double blooms and soft orange/peach glow. A lovely perennial to grow in your garden. 

Do you have any other favorite peachy picks for the flower bed. Let me know in the comments below!

Happy growing!


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