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Pink or red flowering perennials will add passion and beauty to your garden! Some of the most popular that produce pink or red blooms are astilbes, day lilies, dianthus, and clematis. Choose a location in the garden than needs a spot of color and jazz it up with some pink or red perennials, or combine both for a stunning contrast. Use in borders, as accent plants, flower beds or containers. Perennials need amended, well-drained soil that is watered regularly. Adding mulch will contain the moisture that is needed. For a perennial border, plant Astilbe ‘Montgomery’ (Astilbe japonica), which has wonderful deep red to scarlet-red flowers. Combine with Astilbe ‘Peach Blossom’ that displays brilliant pink blooms. This pink and red combination will create quite an exquisite site. We offer a large range of pink and red perennials to choose for your various needs.
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Red Flowering Plants

Pink or red flowering perennials will add passion and beauty to your garden! Some of the most popular that produce pink or red blooms are astilbes, day lilies, dianthus, and clematis. Choose a location in the garden than needs a spot of color and jazz it up with some pink or red perennials, or combine both for a stunning contrast. Use in borders, as accent plants, flower beds or containers.
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Red Flowering Plants

Best Red Flowers for Your Garden Red flowers draw attention to the garden. A big, bold planting of all red can practically stop traffic! Red flowers pair beautifully with orange and yellow, as well as white. Check out some of our favorite red flowers.
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Red Flowering Plants

Red Wonder nasturtiums are flowering, structured, frost tender annuals with trailing growth habit. It has showy, large, dark red flowers and green foliage. The leaves and flowers are both edible.
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Red Flowering Plants

Perennials need amended, well-drained soil that is watered regularly. Adding mulch will contain the moisture that is needed. For a perennial border, plant Astilbe ‘Montgomery’ (Astilbe japonica), which has wonderful deep red to scarlet-red flowers. Combine with Astilbe ‘Peach Blossom’ that displays brilliant pink blooms. This pink and red combination will create quite an exquisite site. We offer a large range of pink and red perennials to choose for your various needs.
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Red Flowering Plants

Red flowers draw attention to the garden. A big, bold planting of all red can practically stop traffic! Red flowers pair beautifully with orange and yellow, as well as white. Check out some of our favorite red flowers.
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Red Flowering Plants

It’s the color of passion and a sign of power. Red is one of the most expressive shades around, and when you add it to your garden, the results speak for themselves.  While a little bit of red goes a long way, more of this bold color goes even further! Don’t be afraid to use red plants in groups of three to four.

Red Flowering Plants

Red is also the favorite color of hummingbirds. So with a little bit of planning, your yard could be abuzz with these amazing fliers. Take a look at these top perennial picks, and start seeing red this growing season with a few of our favorite red flowers to attract hummingbirds.
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Known primarily for its fabulous foliage, this tough perennial also offers distinctive bell-shaped blooms. It grows up to 3 feet high when in bloom and 24 inches wide, blooming in late spring to early summer. For red blooms, look for the cultivars Blood Red, Lipstick and Havana.
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In southern Indiana, Salvia and Lantana are both annuals. However, there is a blue salvia (it’s really purplish), that will come up every year, which makes it a perennial. It will also seed & mutate to a white, but the hummers (& butterflies) are really not hung up on RED, so they will both visit these. And, I would also add red honeysuckle to the list. It has small tube-like flowers that the hummers like.
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Bright, bold pinks are trending in 2014. Petunia ‘Cha-Ching-Cherry’ is a new introduction featuring cherry-red blooms with creamy-yellow stars in their throats. The plants have a mounding growth habit, so they’re great for containers, but can also spill over the sides of baskets and window boxes. Grow them in part to full sun.
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Poppies always look better in bunches. Plant these ruby-red dazzlers in spring, sowing the very fine seeds directly into the soil. By early summer the following year, you should see the signature fuzzy buds and cup-shaped blooms. Plants grow up to 36 inches tall.
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I ordered some red bee balm from a seed catalog and it has spread prey freely via runners. It seems to prefer the damp soil under the air conditioner drip. The pink bee balm didn’t do so well, but it was planted in poorly drained soil where nothing much grows but weeds. (Ironically, the poorly drained soil is where I tried to start a butterfly garden.) Mix in some sand and a mixture of 2tsp Dawn dish liquid & 3Tbs epsom salts to a gallon of water. Water your poorly performing plants once in awhile with this. Magnesium was really lacking in our soil. I tried this just a week ago and my store-bought zinnias that were acting like plastic flowers, just sitting there and glaring at me with their arms crossed got up and started acting like they were on Victory Garden’s TV show after a drink of this.
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Begonia BegoniaBegonias come in many different varieties but most have large double flowers that come in yellow, orange, red, white and pink. They bloom on top of dark green leaves.Soil NeedsMoist, Well-drainedSunlight NeedsFull Sun/Partial ShadeGrowing Zones6 – 11Flower TipBegonias need moderate amounts of sun and prefer to stay out of the wind. Do not overwater but keep the soil moist.
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Begonia BegoniaBegonias come in many different varieties but most have large double flowers that come in yellow, orange, red, white and pink. They bloom on top of dark green leaves.
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How to Repot a Plant: 7 Simple Steps May 1, 2017 This traditional symbol of love is perfect for adding brightness to your garden. Luckily, many flowers bloom in a variation of red. Scroll through to…
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Mother’s Day Poem Generator April 27, 2017 This traditional symbol of love is perfect for adding brightness to your garden. Luckily, many flowers bloom in a variation of red. Scroll through to…
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Celosia ‘First Flame Red’ emerges out of this container and is great in warm conditions. Easy to grow euphorbia ‘Glitz’ commands prime real estate in the middle of this artful arrangement. The petunia ‘Easy Wave Berry Velour’, front and center, is easy to grow and blooms in every season.
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You can find newer bee balm varieties in purple, pink and white, but the classic red shade is still best at luring hummingbirds. Grows 3 to 4 feet high and up to 26 inches wide. It grows in full sun but will also tolerate afternoon shade.
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Yarrow. This drought-tough perennial most commonly comes in yellow, but now you can get red and pink hues, thanks to cultivars like Strawberry Seduction and Paprika.
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(Monarda didyma, Zones 3 to 9) You can find newer bee balm varieties in purple, pink and white, but the classic red shade is still best at luring hummingbirds. Grows 3 to 4 feet high and up to 26 inches wide. It grows in full sun but will also tolerate afternoon shade. Why we love it: Bumblebees, butterflies and hummingbirds just can’t resist it, and the unique shapes of the blooms add interest to any perennial bed.

Begonias come in many different varieties but most have large double flowers that come in yellow, orange, red, white and pink. They bloom on top of dark green leaves.

If your plants are floppy, cut them to the ground after they flower. Otherwise, just be sure to cut faded flowers to prolong the blooming season.
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Alstroemeria AlstroemeriaAlstroemeria is a common florist favorite for good reason. The talk stems product three colorful blooms in an array of colors. Each flower has 6 petals and can be flecked, stripped or streaked with darker pigmentation.Soil NeedsWell-drainedSunlight NeedsFull Sun/Partial ShadeGrowing Zones8 – 10Flower TipIf you choose to plant in your garden rather than in a pot, be sure to pick a shelter site and stake the plants so they don’t collapse in wind or rain.
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Coneflower Echinacea PurpureaBright and daisy-like, these popular perennials drought-tolerant and easy to care for. They also make great cut flowers and attract songbirds.Soil NeedsWell-drainedSunlight NeedsFull SunGrowing Zones3 – 9Flower TipIf your plants are floppy, cut them to the ground after they flower. Otherwise, just be sure to cut faded flowers to prolong the blooming season.
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Flower TipIf your plants are floppy, cut them to the ground after they flower. Otherwise, just be sure to cut faded flowers to prolong the blooming season.
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One of the best plants you can choose for attracting butterflies, pentas bear attractive clusters of boldly colored flowers. It’s also an easy plant to grow as it tolerates heat, humidity, and drought like a champ.
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