This native ornamental grass is tough like the species, but with a red-themed twist. Leaves start deep green with red highlights in spring. As fall approaches, the red increases and deepens to burgundy.
Dark, bluish purple foliage hugs the ground. The more sun the darker the color. Drought tolerant. Mauve-pink flowers in late summer, early fall. A great ground cover to mix into the perennial border.
Dark purple foliage hugs the ground to make a beautiful ground cover. Pink flowers contrast the foliage in mid summer. Prefers a well drained location.
Itoh hybrid has deep crimson single flowers with a bright yellow center. Excellent fragrance.
Large, dark pink to red flowers are very fragrant. Works great as a cut flower to bring inside.
A taller variety of bee balm with rich raspberry red flowers in summer, attracting all sorts of happy pollinators. Best to plant smaller perennials around it, because the foliage can get covered in mildew.
Red peony with large double flowers. This is a mid to late spring variety
Double flowering, deep magenta blooms provide tons of fragrance to the late spring garden. Mix with spring bulbs for a beautiful display of early color.
Red flowers spike above distinguished foliage. Plants will go dormant in late summer. Prefers a well drained site.
Dark green foliage with brilliant red flowers in mid-summer. Hummingbirds love this plant. Cardinal Flower does best in wet areas, along the edges of ponds or in rain gardens. Will do fine in the home garden as long as it gets frequent watering