Peony pink ranges from blush to intense with its own subtle spectrum in each blossom.
Bubblegum — not Peony Pink — was the mid-20th century pink hue I remember in bathrooms and kitchens. In those days that shade of pink suggested a room used by women or children. It also was popular for nail polish. My mother had two pink living rooms of memory and, perhaps, that’s why some of the pink décor that has been cheerfully returning to houses is not a favorite of mine.
I do love Peony Pink because it’s not one shade. It has range and nuance — from the palest blush pink to fully saturated “shocking” pink all in one flower.… Continue Reading
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