While the idea of a traditional white garden traces its roots to England’s Sissinghurst Castle Garden, venture some gardener, a garden, the red-flowering plants design highlights. Red adds in green design theory, and provides a bold, optically active and warm view of a garden. Red flowers also tend to attract hummingbirds. Among the best red-flowering plants are those that produce a lot of flowers or are relatively easy to breed or buy in the garden center. Choose red carefully as flower color ranges to bloom magenta and violet-red or scarlet red.
Trees provide housing to a garden room, framing views and casting shadows in the summer to create a cool respite for plants and owners alike. Red flowers on trees accentuate the red garden theme, particularly flower color at times of the year, if not present or perennial flowers bloom. Red maple (Acer rubrum), red buckeye (Aesculus pavia), Persian ironwood (Parrotia persica), bottle brush (Callistemon citrinus) and several red-flowering selections Crape myrtle (Lagerstroemia spp.), As Tonto, Dynamite and Watermelon Red Different varieties of crabapples (Malus spp.) display ornate red flowers, like Adams, Prairiefire and Liset.
Planting various shrubs between the structure and amount of the thick vegetation and the lower growing annuals and perennials in the garden offers. Red-flowering shrubs are common camellia (Camellia japonica), Cherokee Bean (Erythrina herbacea), anise-tree (Illicium floridanum), spicebush (Calycanthus floridus) and different choices of roses (Rosa spp.). Dwarf crape myrtles blooming varieties ref (Lagerstroemia spp.) With bright red flowers are Victor and Ruby Dazzle.
Perennials provide reliable herbaceous foliage and seasonal red flower color in the garden. Perennials cost less than one year, since you will not need to replace them every year. Among the most beautiful red-flowering perennial flowers are peonies (Paeonia spp.), Crocosmia (Crososmia spp.), Columbine (Aquilegia canadensis), beebalm (Monarda Didyma), bleeding heart (Dicentra amabilis) hardy hibiscus (Hibiscus mocheutos), red sage (Salvia spp.) and yarrow (Achillea spp.). Many varieties of red tulips (Tulipa spp.) Exist, and will exist as perennials in regions with cool, moist soil in summer.
To fill in the gaps between trees, shrubs and perennials, gardeners use annual flowers, the abundant flowers from spring to autumn killing frost. The choice of red-flowering annuals is immense, so many varieties exist to provide a wide range of red flowers among the different types. Salvia, petunias, wax begonia, flowering tobacco (Nicotiana spp.), Geranium (Pelargonium spp.) And cockscomb (Celosia spp.) Are easy to grow plants that display a wide range of red flowers. Summertime bulbs such as gladioli and dahlias and red flowers in the garden can.