Flower color: Red

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Dahlia ‘Arabian night’

Dahlia Arabian night is one of the most popular dahlias. It has dark green leaves and produces double flowers of about 10cm. The color of the flowers is very dark red, like red wine...

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Dahlia ‘Ellen Houston’

Dahlia Ellen Houston is a small dahlia, reaching 40 to 45 cm in height and width. Its leaves are dark, almost black and produces flowers of intense color between orange and red. It produces...

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Bowden and Guernsey lily (Nerine)

In this article we will learn to care and how to plant Nerines. These are the two most commonly cultivated species: Nerine bowdenii, commonly known as Bowden lily, which produces pink flowers. Nerine sarniensis,...

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Butterfly bush (Buddleja davidii)

Most Buddlejas reach about 3m in height. They are bushes with an arched and disordered habit. They are very tolerant in terms of growing conditions, despite enjoying a lot of sun and well-drained soil....

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Marvel of Peru (Mirabilis jalapa)

Mirabilis jalapa (Marvel of Peru) also known as four o’clock flower is a tropical herbaceous plant that can reach more than a meter in height. Its flowers have the peculiarity of opening only at...

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Cockscomb (Celosia argentea)

Celosia argentea (cockscomb) are plants that have inflorescences in the form of feathers or ears. Its inflorescences are of vivid colors and can be found in red, orange, yellow, white, or several tones between...

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Snapdragon (Antirrhinum majus)

Antirrhinum majus (Snapdragon) is a herbaceous plant that reaches from 40 cm to more than 1 m in height, presenting flowers in ears that appear at the top of the plant’s branches. There are...