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    Gloriosa Superba - 0.5 kg Seeds

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    Caesalpinia Pulcherrima, Peacock Flower, Red Bird of Paradise - 0.5 kg Seeds

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About Red Flower Seeds

There is nothing like a pop of red in a green and healthy garden. With our red flower seeds, you can add different shades of red to your garden to increase its aesthetic appeal.

Of course, watching a bright red flower is an indescribable feeling. It can just make your day. You can purchase a variety of red flower seeds at NurseryLive. We have chosen only the brightest reds and the most spectacular shades of this colour to produce our seeds.

So, you know that you are investing in the right seeds to make your bed of red flowers in your home garden. Our collection of red flower seeds include Roses, Pansies, Celosia Plumosa Seeds, Zinnias, Amaranthus, Cockscomb, Red bird of paradise seeds, and other flowering plants.

You can also find some exotic tree seeds in this collection, including the Sausage Tree and the Cannonball tree. The red flower seeds at NurseryLive are also specially treated to make sure that they have a good germination rate.

These seeds come packaged in a simple to use packet with all the instructions that you need to make sure that they grow into the beautiful plants that they are.

Not just red flower seeds, you can even buy exotic plant seeds, vegetable and herb seeds, aromatic plant seeds, forestry seeds and flowering seeds at NurseryLive. Get the best seeds at the most affordable prices with our seed packs.

In addition to that, you can purchase all your gardening tools, planters, fertilizers and soil from NurseryLive. We bring to you everything that your garden needs.

Annuals

Red annual flowers can add a pop of color to any garden or landscape. Some popular options include red poppies, red petunias, and red zinnias. Plant them from seed and enjoy their vibrant blooms all season long.

Perennials

If you're looking for red flowers that come back year after year, consider planting red perennial flowers like red bee balm, red daylilies, and red coneflowers. These hardy plants are sure to brighten up your garden every summer.

Wildflowers

Wildflowers are a great way to add a natural touch to your garden, and there are plenty of red varieties to choose from. Look for red wildflowers like red columbine, red clover, and red yarrow to attract bees, butterflies, and other pollinators.

Roses

Red roses are a classic choice for any garden, and there are many varieties available in seed form. Look for red climbing roses, red hybrid teas, and red shrub roses to add fragrance and beauty to your yard.

Cut Flowers

If you enjoy bringing fresh flowers indoors, consider planting red flowers that make great cut flowers. Some popular options include red dahlias, red carnations, and red gladiolus.

Bulbs

Red flowering bulbs like red tulips, red daffodils, and red crocuses can bring a burst of color to your garden in the spring. Plant them in the fall and look forward to their vibrant blooms when the weather warms up.

Edible Flowers

Did you know that some red flowers are edible? Consider planting red nasturtiums, red chive blossoms, or red bee balm in your vegetable garden for a pop of color and a tasty addition to your salads.

Climbers

Red climbing flowers like red honeysuckle, red clematis, and red morning glories can add height and drama to your garden. Train them to climb a trellis, fence, or arbor for a stunning display.

Ground Covers

If you're looking for a low-maintenance way to cover bare ground in your garden, consider planting red ground cover plants like red creeping thyme, red creeping phlox, and red sedum.

Containers

Red flowers can thrive in containers, making them a great choice for patios, balconies, and small gardens. Look for red geraniums, red begonias, and red petunias to brighten up your outdoor space.

Borders

Red flowers can create a striking border in any garden or landscape. Consider planting red salvia, red snapdragons, and red asters to define the edges of your garden beds.

Shade-Loving

If your garden doesn't get a lot of sun, don't worry - there are still plenty of red flowers that can thrive in the shade. Look for shade-loving red flowers like red impatiens, red begonias, and red astilbe.

Sun-Loving

On the other hand, if your garden gets plenty of sun, there are lots of red flowers that will thrive in the heat. Look for sun-loving red flowers like red coreopsis, red gaillardia, and red daylilies.

Hummingbird Attracting

Hummingbirds are attracted to red flowers, so if you want to bring these tiny birds to your garden, consider planting red flowers like red bee balm, red cardinal flower, and red columbine.

Butterfly Attracting

Butterflies are also attracted to red flowers.

Red Flower Seeds for Full Sun

Looking to add a pop of red to your garden in full sun? Check out our selection of red flower seeds that thrive in sunny conditions.

Red Flower Seeds for Shade

Even in the shadiest spots of your garden, you can add a touch of red with our selection of shade-tolerant red flower seeds.

Deep Red Flower Seeds

For a more dramatic and intense shade of red, consider our selection of deep red flower seeds that will make a bold statement in your garden.

Red Flower Seeds for Borders

Whether you're looking to line a pathway or create a border around your garden beds, our selection of red flower seeds for borders has got you covered.

Red Flower Seeds for Containers

Want to add some red to your patio or balcony? Check out our selection of red flower seeds that are perfect for container gardening.

FAQ

What are some popular red flower seeds to sow in my garden?

Some popular red flower seeds include red poppies, red roses, red dahlias, red zinnias, and red petunias.

Can I sow red flower seeds in any season?

It depends on the specific plant, but many red flower seeds can be sown in the spring, summer, or fall.

Do red flower seeds require any special care?

Red flower seeds may require specific care depending on the plant. Some may need full sun, while others prefer partial shade. It's important to research the specific needs of each plant before sowing.

How long does it take for red flower seeds to germinate?

The germination time for red flower seeds varies depending on the plant. Some may germinate in as little as a few days, while others may take a few weeks.

How often should I water red flower seeds?

Red flower seeds should be watered regularly, but the frequency depends on the specific plant and its growing conditions. It's important not to overwater or underwater, as this can harm the seeds.

How do I know when it's time to transplant my red flower seedlings?

The time to transplant red flower seedlings varies depending on the plant, but it's generally recommended to wait until they have grown a few sets of true leaves and have outgrown their containers.

Can red flower seeds be grown in containers?

Yes, many red flower seeds can be grown in containers as long as they have enough space and proper drainage.

Do red flower seeds attract pollinators?

Yes, many red flower seeds are known to attract pollinators such as bees and butterflies.

How do I prevent pests from damaging my red flower seedlings?

There are a variety of methods for preventing pests from damaging red flower seedlings, including using insecticidal soap or neem oil, placing sticky traps, or using companion planting to repel pests.

Can I save seeds from my red flowers to sow next year?

Yes, many red flowers produce seeds that can be saved and sown the following year.

Do red flower seeds need fertilizer?

Some red flower seeds may benefit from fertilizer, but it's important to research the specific needs of each plant and use fertilizers sparingly to avoid over-fertilization.

How do I deadhead my red flowers?

To deadhead red flowers, simply remove the spent blooms by cutting them off with scissors or pruning shears.

Can red flower seeds be used for cut flowers?

Yes, many red flower seeds can be used for cut flowers, but it's important to research the specific plant and the best practices for cutting and arranging its blooms.

Can I sow red flower seeds in a shady area?

Some red flower seeds can tolerate partial shade, but most prefer full sun.

How do I prevent my red flowers from getting too tall and leggy?

To prevent red flowers from getting too tall and leggy, pinch back the growing tips or use support stakes to keep them upright.

How do I store my red flower seeds?

Store red flower seeds in a cool, dry place in an airtight container to prevent moisture and mold from developing.

Can I sow red flower seeds directly in the ground?

Yes, many red flower seeds can be sown directly in the ground, but it's important to prepare the soil and ensure proper drainage.

How do I encourage my red flowers to bloom?

To encourage red flowers to bloom, provide them with the appropriate amount of sunlight and water, and fertilize them according to their specific needs.

Can I mix red flower seeds with other colors in my garden?

Yes, red flower seeds can be mixed with other colors to create a colorful and diverse garden.

What are some companion plants that pair well with red flowers?

Some companion plants that pair well with red flowers include white and pink flowers, as well as herbs like basil and thyme. These plants can provide a beautiful and functional addition to your garden.