Sedum telephium Emperors Wave. Aside from it’s deep chianti red stems and rich red purple flowers, it has a light lovely fragrance that reminds me of grape hyacinth and is beloved by bees (top and middle). It’s rich coloration stands out from a distance as well. A most handsome and eye-catching plant.
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A dark red yarrow from the Flowerburst Red Shades mix with a rich red daylily in the background
Red ad silver make a thrilling contrast. In this image Artemesia ludoviciana, often scrambling like a weed in many gardens, is regally cool, and an indispensable contrast with the vivid and deep reds in this planting
Spires of saturated red Lobelia cardinalis amidst fans of Molinia arundinacea ‘Skyracer’
From our new BFFs in all things gardening, The SNOW Project in Boise's North End. Thank you Linda Whittig.