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Quick Information on Different Red Flowers

Amaryllis is a beautiful trumpet shaped flower, needs full sun to grow.
AMARYLLIS
Anemone is also known as windflower, can be grown in partial shade.
ANEMONE
Chrysanthemum generally grows in cold climate.
CHRYSANTHEMUM
Marigold has a peppery smell that insect pests may also avoid the scent.
MARIGOLD
Zinnia seeds will fill an area with gorgeous flowers in just weeks.
ZINNIA
POPPY
Poppy flower blooms in late spring or summer.
Lilies are very low-maintenance flowers, and are popular in floral arrangements.
LILY
Red rose is a symbol of love, rose has its unique creation and an endless beauty. Gardeners in temperate zones enjoy growing roses.
RED ROSE
Gerbera is a big, bright flower, mainly used in floral arrangements.
GERBERA DAISY
Cockscomb has a feathery cluster of flowers, which looks like a rooster’s comb.
COCKSCOMB
A pentas is a large cluster of starry blooms, it attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.
PENTAS
Peonies bloom in cold climates, and they take several years to establish.
PEONY
These flowers are short lived, but when they bloom they are a stunning addition to any garden.
COLUMBINE
The flowers come in a variety of colors, but red looks mesmerizing.
PERENNIAL GERANIUM
It is a flag like bloom and becomes a brilliant colorful flower on a tall stem,  bringing a tropical feel to your garden.
CANNA
This odd bloom looks like an upside down spider.
LYCORIS
This shrub like structure flower looks awesome.
SALVIA
Add any one of these beautiful red flowers in your garden and feel their magical beauty!

 Amruta Joshi

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