Nothing says 'love' more than a collection of red blooms--either in a vase celebrating a special occasion, or in the garden at the end of a warm summer day. Red…
The red and dark green speckled foliage of Hippo Red hypoestes will add an element of fun to any shady spot in your landscape. No wonder this plant is commonly called Polka Dot Plant! This versatile annual grown for its heat tolerant foliage performs great both in ground and in containers. OR, bring this beauty indoors where it is adaptable as a houseplant!
'Center Stage' Red Crapemyrtle's black foliage and red flowers command center stage in your landscape. Its unique foliage and cheery flowers add interest from spring through fall, truly shining when the heat is on. This shrub crapemyrtle is vigorous and resists the diseases that often plague the species, so you'll enjoy clean, glossy foliage all season long. It naturally grows with a narrow, space-saving habit that eliminates the need to prune. Try this beautiful flowering shrub in clay soil.
Here is a plant with real flower power! Bright Lights Red African Daisy's large red flowers form a mounded shape, reaching for the sun. This long blooming plant will provide a burst of color in spring and continue to bloom through the heat of summer and until hard frost providing great color in the fall landscape. Try this heat tolerant annual as a border or mass planting. It also performs great in containers! Part sun to sun.
Double red flowers are a sight to behold against the bronze to black foliage of Double Up Red begonia. With a dense, upright habit, this vigorous annual is great for both the landscape and container gardens. Unify both sunny and shady spots in your landscape - Double Up Red will grow in both sun and shade! This plant is heat tolerant and will look great all summer long. Combine that with continuous blooming through frost with no need for deadheading and you've got a sure winner for easy beauty.
Add a touch of spice to your garden bed or containers with red annuals, perennials and shrubs. Pair red plants with orange and yellow for a festive feel. Combine with blue and white to show your patriotism or try mixing every color of red under the sun for a colorful, but simple monochromatic look. To get things rolling with red in your garden, check out this list of ten varieties we think you’ll love.
Superbells Double Ruby Calibrachoa
Get ready to be amazed by blooms that are 8-9" in width on a plant that stands 4 feet in height. Hardy in zones 4-9, this is a perfect plant to use as a focal in your garden. The blooms appear in late summer, perfect timing when other plants might be looking a bit tired.
This ball of color is our heavy-blooming, dense, rounded plant we call Infinitini Magenta Crapemyrtle. It has rich dark pink-red blooms in summer, and nice clean, green foliage. It adds lots of color to summer landscapes, and fits easily into container gardens and residential landscapes. Loved by southern gardeners, hardy to zone 6.
Cardinal Candy® Viburnum dilatatum