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Red Flowering Perennials

Red flowering perennials are popular colors that can add a pop of brightness and cheerfulness to a garden and create a striking contrast against green foliage.
Red flowering perennials have a long bloom period, providing color and interest to a garden for several weeks or even months.
Some pink and red flowering perennials are low maintenance and require little care once established, making them an excellent choice for busy gardeners.
Many red flowering perennials are attractive to bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds, which can help support local ecosystems.


Red flowering perennials come in various shapes and sizes, making them versatile for different garden designs and purposes.


Some pink and red flowering perennials are fragrant and can add a pleasant scent to a garden.
They are perennials, meaning they grow back year after year.
Gardeners often favor them for their bright and cheerful colors, which range in various shapes and sizes, from small groundcovers to tall shrubs.
Many red/pink flowering perennials are easy to care for and can tolerate various growing conditions, including sun or shade and different soil types.
Some red/pink flowering perennials are beloved for their fragrance, while others are favored for their attractive foliage.
They are often used in garden beds, borders, and containers and can also be used as cut flowers in bouquets and arrangements.
Many red/pink flowering perennials, such as bees and butterflies, attract pollinators and can help support local ecosystems.

What are good red flowering perennials?


The Red Cardinal Flower (Lobelia cardinalis) is a striking, herbaceous perennial native to North America. It is named for its bright red, tubular flowers that bud in mid-summer to early fall on tall spikes, which can reach 2 to 4 feet in height. The flowers are a favorite of hummingbirds, butterflies, and other pollinators.
The Red Cardinal Flower prefers moist to wet soils and thrives in full sun to partial shade. It is a good option for planting in rain gardens, along streams, or in other areas with consistent moisture. It is also a great addition to a wildlife garden or pollinator garden.
The leaves of the Red Cardinal Flower are lance-shaped and can be up to 8 inches long. The plant typically forms a clump and can spread through self-seeding or runners. It is a relatively short-lived perennial, typically lasting 2-3 years, but can self-seed to continue growing in the garden.
While the Red Cardinal Flower can be a bit finicky to grow in hot and dry climates, it is generally considered easy to grow with the right conditions. It does not require much maintenance beyond the regular watering and may benefit from occasional deadheading to encourage more blooms.
Indian Pink (Spigelia marilandica) is a native perennial wildflower in North America, prized for its striking red and yellow tubular flowers that resemble fireworks bursting open. The plant produces showy, trumpet-shaped flowers in late spring to early summer that are about 1 to 2 inches long and held in clusters at the top of upright stems.
Indian Pink plants grow up to 2 feet tall and prefer moist soil in partial shade or full sun in cooler climates. The flowers are typically bright red with a yellow star-shaped center, attracting hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees to the garden.
The leaves of Indian Pink are deep green and oval, and they grow in opposite pairs on the stem. The foliage remains attractive throughout the growing season and can turn red in the fall.
Indian Pink is a relatively easy plant to grow, and it can be propagated by dividing mature clumps between the fall and early spring. It is also possible to grow Indian Pink from seed, but germination can be slow.
Indian Pink is a beautiful, low-maintenance plant that adds color to the garden and attracts essential pollinators. It is a good option for woodland gardens, shade gardens, or mixed borders.
Overall, pink and red flowering perennials can be an excellent choice for adding color, interest, and biodiversity to a garden. They are flowering plants that produce blooms in shades of red or pink.