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This beautiful red and yellow flower is a bulbous plant that can be planted in the garden as soon as the risk of frost is removed. Some species only support very hot climates and others resist up to – 15 °. It presents ample foliage which is not without evoking the banana tree. It requires frequent watering and it is necessary to remove the faded flowers so as to prolong the flowering.


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Bromelia is a hardy plant that blooms from July to August. It is planted between February and April or September and October and it likes sunny areas or partial shade. It supports up to – 5 °. These flowers in ears are very decorative and can be in some varieties planted in hedges.

The camellia

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© Bernswaelz – Pixabay

The camellia exists in different shades and the red is certainly the most flamboyant. Its dark green and shiny foliage does not go unnoticed either. It is native to Asia and there are no less than 250 varieties. It flowers from November to May and it particularly appreciates the areas in the shade or in partial shade. This perennial red flower likes light, well-drained and slightly acid soils.


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Anthurium is a perennial red flower, native to Central America, it is nicknamed pink flamingo or fire tongue. It is only grown in pot, in the heather soil and it does not support direct contact with the sun's rays. You will keep it in the shade and do not put it out until the temperatures are warm.


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The aster in its red color is most often the novae-anglia which presents a flower of a red evoking ruby. The stems are sturdy and covered with flowers. One of its advantages lies in the fact that it is not susceptible to diseases and therefore it is unavoidable in our gardens.


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Bougainvillea is also called red Marie, it grows very easily and it can not withstand negative temperatures and must be returned in winter or protected. It can be planted everywhere. It measures up to 2 or 3 meters high and is very decorative. It enjoys the sun and it can be grown in the ground as below or planter. It flowers from May to October.

The masterwort

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The astrance is a very robust plant that does not fear low temperatures and that likes everywhere: shade or sun. You will appreciate it for its long flowering period that runs from May to September. It is a flower that can be cut and has a very long bouquet.

The magnolia

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The magnolia is a spectacular flower that can reach between 6 and 10 meters high, for the Vulcan campbelli magnolia which is undoubtedly the most beautiful species. Its flowers are ruby ​​red and appear early in the spring. We love its majestic and rounded silhouette.

Evening primrose

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© Isfugl Flickr

Pretty red coral flowers appear between July and the beginning of winter (first frosts). The evening primrose has long, narrow foliage, deep green and slightly serrated. It has a height of 0.50 to 0.70 meter. It is a perennial red flower that can be treated as an annual. It is perfect for the borders, the massifs.

The fuchsia

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We particularly appreciate the fuchsia that blooms from summer until autumn. Its delicate flowers with bells and bright colors are particularly popular in the garden, on a terrace or balcony. It is very easy to maintain and requires little care.


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The passionflower according to the species flowers from June to September for the passiflora alata which is in photo and from June to October for the passiflora vitifolia. Its flamboyant red flowers adorn your garden and do not go unnoticed thanks to its height of 4 to 6 meters high. The first species is resistant to temperatures up to – 3 ° C and the second does not support falling below – 4 ° C.


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It is a flower whose hue can vary between pink or red, it blooms between November and March over several periods or in a unique way. It is a kind of cactus that is growing in width. Its very abundant flowering makes it an extremely decorative plant. It develops slowly, but it lives for a very long time.


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Easy to grow this flower adorns the gardens, terraces or balconies of their pretty red color. They like the semi-shade, in massifs or borders, rockeries, but also in pots or planters. They make beautiful bouquets that last quite easily. It flowers between May and July, requires little water and is generally cold-resistant.

The tulip

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The tulip is a spring flower which according to the varieties appears from the beginning of April. This large, robust flower has narrow foliage, which can sometimes be spotted or veined. We love its bright red color that brings a lot of fun to the garden and can also be used for beautiful bouquets.


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Potentilla has red poppy flowers that appear in June and July. This plant has deciduous foliage. It resists at least up to – 20 ° C. It is in the form of bushes and it is quite low. She enjoys the sun and the light and poor soils. It is perfect in ground cover, in massifs, in low hedges and it can perfectly be cultivated in tray.

The peony

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© Stux Pixabay

The fern peony has a long bloom that begins in April or May. We love its small blood red flowers and its cut foliage which is very decorative. She appreciates warmth without moderation. It is quite short since its height oscillates between 0.30 and 0.70 meter. It has the advantage of lasting very long because of its resistance.

The water lily

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The water lily is a pretty red flower with dark green foliage above and vinous red on the reverse. Its flowers are large since they can reach 15 cm in diameter. Its petals are of a deep pink to carmine red. It is a resistant variety and which flowers abundantly.

The snapdragon

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The snapdragon is grown as ornamental plants for their flowers grouped into elongate inflorescences. It likes rockeries, flowerbeds, planters, low walls or suspensions. The snapdragon particularly likes soils rich, draining, pH neutral.


Linen flower
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Red linen is a flower that culminates at 40 cm in height. It has the advantage of being able to be planted in dry soils that it supports perfectly. It flowers from June to August. It supports perfectly full sun, it requires a moderate watering and it is easy to maintain.

The oleander

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The oleander and in particular the giant of the battles presents double flowers of a dark red hue which can sometimes be striped with white. It flowers from June to October in the warm climates of the south of France or under a veranda. It is very fragrant and is able to withstand temperatures down to -5 ° C.


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Oriental hyacinth in particular has flowers in clusters that can range from 15 to 25 cm in height. They are red, white, pink or yellow, they can also take different shades of blue. She enjoys exposures in full sun or partial shade. We can perfectly cultivate it inside and outside, it is ideal in massifs.

The iris

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The iris and in particular the variety called Cherry Garden offers magnificent flowers of a beautiful reddish brown. It flowers in April and May and has a height of about 30 cm. It is the perfect flower in embankment or rockery that is very pleasing with other perennials carpets, it can adorn hotpot, massive and low walls.

The morning glory

Morning Glory
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The ipomée Quamoclite you discover in the photo has many small flowers that are between 2 and 3 cm in diameter. Its dark red color is perfect for creating a shades of red in your garden. It flowers between July and September and has a very ornamental foliage. It can reach up to 3 meters in height.


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The hibiscus or rose of China is perfect in pot on the terraces or in the garden. It can not stand temperatures below 0. Its flowers can be different colors: red, white, pink, orange or yellow. Its foliage is persistent. The hibiscus coccineus you see in photo shows red or white flowers, its foliage is obsolete and it is perfect in solid and in the ground. It resists up to – 12 ° C.

The escallonia

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The escallonia offers bouquets of tight and bright flowers that can be red, white or crimson. We appreciate its vigorous port of 3 meters. It resists up to – 10 ° C. Its leaves are large, shiny and a beautiful dark green. She makes very pretty hedges.

The delphinium

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The delphinium is in the form of funnel-shaped, bright orange-red flowers that appear between June and July. They are small since their diameter is 2 cm. It is a compact plant that measures between 30 and 50 cm in height. Its foliage is fleshy. Its lifespan is relatively short, but it reseeds.

The Dahlia

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© Steinchen

The dahlia has large double flowers with a diameter of 10 to 25 cm. Its petals are pointed and fine and its foliage is quite dense. The dahlia can grow from 90 cm to 1.40 meters in height. It is perfect to make pretty bright borders and massive. It is also very good in bouquet.

The cosmos

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The cosmos is a large red, pink or white daisy that blooms in the summer and until the first frosts. It is easy to maintain and brings a colorful note in the garden. It measures between 50 cm and 1.50 meters in height. It is an annual species that likes particularly massive. She makes beautiful bouquets.


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The nasturtium is a simple and bright red flower that adorns your garden between June and October. It is majestic and rises to 3 meters in height. She particularly likes mild climates.


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The anemone is a flower that can take various colors, including a purplish red and bright very becoming. It adorns your gardens between May and June. It is a tuberous perennial red flower, the leaves at the base are nicely cut. She enjoys light, rich and drained soils and she particularly likes sunny places and partial shade. It can rise to 50 cm in height and it is perfect in borders, massive, rock gardens or even in planters. She makes very pretty bouquets.

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