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ESCALLONIA Red Carpet

ESCALLONIA Red Carpet

Dark pink-red flowers and compact, spreading growth
ABUTILON Ashford Red

ABUTILON Ashford Red

Chinese lantern, Flowering maple, Parlour maple
Deep red
EDGEWORTHIA chrysantha Red Dragon

EDGEWORTHIA chrysantha Red Dragon

Paper bush
Very scare and rare form with red flowers
HELLEBORUS orientalis Red Lady

HELLEBORUS orientalis Red Lady

Lenten rose
Round, mainly upright red flowers
ENKIANTHUS campanulatus Red Velvet

ENKIANTHUS campanulatus Red Velvet

Rich red bell-shaped flowers
LATHYRUS latifolius Red Pearl

LATHYRUS latifolius Red Pearl

Everlasting pea, Perennial pea
Climber with red flowers
HEATHERS Calluna vulgaris Red Beauty

HEATHERS Calluna vulgaris Red Beauty

Ling, Scots heather
Double red flowers
LAGERSTROEMIA indica Red Emperor

LAGERSTROEMIA indica Red Emperor

Cranesbill myrtle, Crepe myrtle
Good red flowers
HELLEBORUS Annas Red

HELLEBORUS Annas Red

Lenten Rose
Red single flowers with evergreen marbled foliage
ECHIUM amoenum Red Feathers

ECHIUM amoenum Red Feathers

Small growing short-lived perennial with pinkish-red flowers
ENKIANTHUS campanulatus Red Bells

ENKIANTHUS campanulatus Red Bells

Cream coloured bell-shaped flowers have faint red veins and red tipped petals. Outstanding red autumn colour
KNIPHOFIA Nancys Red

KNIPHOFIA Nancys Red

Red hot poker, Torch lily, Tritoma
A short growing variety less than 2 feet tall with dusky deep coral-red flowers
MAGNOLIA Red as Red

MAGNOLIA Red as Red

Another impressive new hybrid bred by Ian Baldick in New Zealand. This has a globular upright reddish-purple flower which is another 'must have' for any serious collector
PERSICARIA affinis Darjeeling Red

PERSICARIA affinis Darjeeling Red

Knotweed, Polygonum
Excellent ground cover with bright crimson flowers
MAGNOLIA dawsoniana Chyverton Red

MAGNOLIA dawsoniana Chyverton Red

Reddish to crimson flowers on this dawsoniana hybrid bred at Chyverton in Cornwall
ASTELIA nervosa Red Devil

ASTELIA nervosa Red Devil

Silvery-reddish-brown leaves with small white flowers
KNIPHOFIA rooperi

KNIPHOFIA rooperi

Red hot poker
Orange-red spherical flowers becoming orange-yellow
SALVIA confertiflora

SALVIA confertiflora

Red velvet sage
Woody-based perennial with long spikes of orange-red flowers in summer. Frost tender
AGASTACHE mexicana Red Fortune

AGASTACHE mexicana Red Fortune

Lush reddish-pink flowers with a hint of purple
CALLISTEMON citrinus Red Cluster

CALLISTEMON citrinus Red Cluster

Bottlebrush
Compact growing with deep scarlet flowers
ROSCOEA purpurea f.rubra

ROSCOEA purpurea f.rubra

(syn. ‘Red Gurkha’) - brick-red, orchid-like flowers
ENKIANTHUS campanulatus

ENKIANTHUS campanulatus

Red vein enkianthus
Sulphur-bronze flowers
AESCULUS pavia

AESCULUS pavia

American red buckeye, Red buckeye
(A.splendens) - long upright panicles of crimson flowers
HEBE albicans Red Edge

HEBE albicans Red Edge

Shrubby veronica
Dense blue-grey leaves margined red in winter. Lilac-white flowers
KALMIA latifolia Ostbo Red

KALMIA latifolia Ostbo Red

Calico bush, Mountain laurel
Red buds and pale pink flowers
LEPTOSPERMUM scoparium Red Damask

LEPTOSPERMUM scoparium Red Damask

Manuka, New Zealand tea tree
Double dark red flowers and dark green leaves
MALUS Red Sentinel

MALUS Red Sentinel

Apple, Crab apple
An excellent fruiting tree with white flowers and large clusters of deep red fruits
ARGYRANTHEMUM frutescens Meteor Red

ARGYRANTHEMUM frutescens Meteor Red

Marguerite, Paris daisy
Bright cranberry red flower petals with wonderful golden eyes
HYDRANGEA paniculata Wims Red

HYDRANGEA paniculata Wims Red

Hortensia
Flowers open white in July, turn pink by August and turn an unmistakable dark red in September. A sensational new introduction
ACHILLEA Red Velvet

ACHILLEA Red Velvet

Yarrow
Clusters of deep rose-red flowers, each with a tiny pale yellow eye. Keeps colour well

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