Top 10 Pink, Yellow and Orange Flowers That Look Like a Sunset

Updated: Jun. 11, 2024

Enjoy the gorgeous colors of a tropical sunset in your garden anytime with these beautiful pink, yellow and orange flowers.

Superbells Tropical Sunrise calibrachoa
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Superbells Tropical Sunrise Calibrachoa

Calibrachoa, annual

Growing 6 to 12 inches tall, Tropical Sunrise has a trailing habit that makes it ideal for filling in pots, window boxes or hanging baskets. Streaks of yellow, pink and red on each flower mean this hummingbird favorite can be planted alone or be paired with similar hues.

Why we love it: Some of its many perks include gorgeous color and continuous blooms that last into fall. Plus there’s no need to deadhead calibrachoa—a gardener’s dream!

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Cabana Banana dahlia
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Cabana Banana Dahlia

Dahlia, Zones 3 to 10

This 4-foot-tall dahlia has exquisite quill-shaped petals in a beautiful pink-tinged cream hue. The large blooms attract butterflies and hummingbirds and grow even bigger if excess buds are removed. If you live in zones 3 to 8, dig up the tuberous roots in fall and overwinter.

Why we love it: It is easy to grow, blooms from summer to frost and has lightly fragrant flowers that work well in arrangements.

peach glow lantana
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Little Lucky Peach Glow Lantana

Lantana camara, Zones 10 to 12, annual elsewhere

Lucky Peach lantana attracts butterflies and hummingbirds but not deer. And with beautiful peach blooms, it’s bound to attract lots of people, too! Growing just 10 to 12 inches tall, it has a compact mounded shape ideal for containers. Grow it as a perennial in warm climates or as an annual elsewhere.

Why we love it: Typical of lantana, it loves sun and stands up well to heat and humidity.

Butterfly Rainbow Marcella coneflower, pink and orange flowers
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Butterfly Rainbow Marcella Coneflower

Echinacea, Zones 4 to 9

Butterfly Rainbow Marcella makes choosing a coneflower variety easy with bicolor raspberry pink blooms that melt into orange and yellow hues—the pink and orange flowers look as if they’re glowing. It grows just 15 to18 inches tall, so it doesn’t need staking.

Why we love it: It’s an easy-care butterfly favorite for hot, sunny conditions.

Tahitian Sunset rose, pink and orange flowers
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Tahitian Sunset Rose

Rosa, Zones 6 to 9

This award-winning rose features licorice-scented, multicolored blooms in a mix of yellow, apricot and pink that become more intensely colored in the sun. Keep deadheading for flowers all summer long. Tahitian Sunset grows up to 5 feet tall and 3 to 4 feet wide.

Why we love it: It’s a hybrid tea rose with lush, healthy foliage and good blackspot resistance.

Peachie Keen anise hyssop
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Peachie KeenAnise Hyssop

Agastache, Zones 6 to 9

Be keen in the garden and kind to pollinators. This brightly hued bloomer accomplishes both. It’s loaded with apricot-peach flowers paired with purplish pink calyx—magnets for hummingbirds, bees and butterflies. This perennial is 2 feet tall and is often grown as an annual in colder climates.

Why we love it: Peachie Keen has a more refined shape than other types of agastache.

Superbells Coralina Tagimage pink and orange flowers

Superbells Coralina

Calibrachoa, annual

Growing just 6 to 12 inches tall, this calibrachoa’s trailing habit makes it versatile enough to edge a border, fill in a container or star in a hanging basket. For subtle color variations, mix this heat tolerant flower with other calibrachoas in complementary orange and apricot hues.

Why we love it: From spring to fall, these pink and orange flowers add welcome pops of color to sunny spots.

Totally Tangerine avens
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Totally Tangerine Avens

Geum, Zones 4 to 7

Avens, also known as geum, is a gem that deserves more attention—and Totally Tangerine knows how to attract it. Orange-peach flowers rise above mounded foliage from late spring through midsummer. Cool weather and deadheading improve flowering.

Why we love it: It’s one of the largest geums and takes anything from full sun to part shade.

begonia fragrant falls peach, pink and orange flowers
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Fragrant Falls Peach Begonia

Begonia, annual

The roselike blooms of Fragrant Falls Peach begonia are impressive and highly fragrant, and they sport a beautiful yellowish peach hue. This begonia grows 8 to 12 inches tall with a slightly trailing habit, so it’s perfect for containers, hanging baskets, or where aesthetic and aromatic charm are needed.

Why we love it: It grows in shade and dons handsome foliage.

Tequila Sunrise columbine
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Tequila Sunrise Columbine

Aquilegia skinneri, Zones 5 to 8

With bright copper red, orange and yellow hues, this columbine looks like a meteor streaking across the early morning sky. Plenty of blooms emerge in midspring, and Tequila Sunrise keeps blooming well into summer. It grows 28 inches tall and is loved by pollinators.

Why we love it: Hummingbirds appreciate the blooms while deer and rabbits tend to leave the plant alone.