Red is a "warm" color. Red flowers can be used to influence one's perception of a landscape. For instance, using them in a border can draw attention to that particular area of your yard -- and away from another. So if you'd just as soon not have viewer's gazing at point A in your landscape, take matters into your own hands and plant blooms of this color at point B.
View my pictures of red flowers to help with plant selection. In addition to pictures of red flowers, I also provide examples of foliage and seed pods that bear this vibrant color.
- Huge and Hardy Hibiscus FlowerPicture of red hibiscus flower.
- Pictures of Red Flowers: MumsPhoto of 'Autumn Red' mums.
- Pictures of Red Flowers: LobeliaRed lobelia picture.
- Peonies With Red FlowersThe 'Red Charm' peony can become so deep a red as to be almost burgundy in color.
- The Ever-Popular GeraniumPicture of red geranium flower.
- Pictures of Red FlowersPhoto of Maltese cross flower.
- Pictures of Red Flowers: PoppiesPicture of red poppy flower.
- Picture of Red TulipsPicture of row of red tulips.
- Picture of Red AzaleaPicture of red azalea
- Picture of Red ColeusPicture of a red coleus.
- Picture of Red SalviaPicture of red salvia
- Picture of Red Castor Bean SeedsPicture of Red Castor Bean Seeds