14,071 bright red Outdoor Design Photos

Paintbox Garden
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Chokeberry
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This is aronia which is commonly called red chokeberry, the cultivar is 'Brilliantissima' (Aronia arbutifolia 'Brilliantissima'). It's an adaptable native shrub for full sun to part shade, zones 4-9. Outstanding fall color!
WINTER BIRD BERRY BUSHES Chokeberry (Aronia Arbutifolia) This shrub is native to the U.S. and Canada, and has great fall foliage and fruit that turns bright red in the winter. It’s called chokeberry because
turns bright red in the winter. It’s called chokeberry because humans find the berries extremely bitter, birds less so. Also try black chokeberry (A. melanocarpa).
Chokeberry (Aronia Arbutifolia) This shrub is native to the U.S. and Canada, and has great fall foliage and fruit that turns bright red
“zone 9 good for low, wet areas” — drdowling
Monrovia
Yuletide Camellia
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Camellia sasanqua 'Yuletide' Single, brilliant, fiery red blooms centered with bright yellow stamens make this a beautiful addition to the winter garden. Blossoms stand out in high contrast against glossy, dark green foliage. Excellent choice for a colorful hedge or screen, espalier, and border shrub
late fall and early winter, bright red with a yellow center. The evergreen shrub is tall and slender for a Sasanqua, perfect for a narrow slot. Look for a blooming plant now, and put it in a pot near the front door."
holiday display. It blooms in late fall and early winter, bright red with a yellow center. The evergreen shrub is tall and slender for a Sasanqua, perfect for a narrow slot. Look for a blooming plant now and put it in a pot near the front door. A few red Japonica camellias also bloom early enough to add holiday
“Pretty flower” — bobrs11
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
Patio
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red pillows, table to go with red metal chairs outside
red outer trim/ many windows
red and white. like it.
red trim on building
Great red trim, with shingles!
Red accent on windows
2. Add a modern element. The two wire tables in this room kick up the modern factor a notch, as well as bringing in some bright red accents.
Red tables...red furniture...orangish red trim...Red wire table...the red!...Cute red tables
“do not like roof line” — karenwabler
Maria Hickey & Associates Landscapes
Landscapes
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get bolder, add a pop of contrasting color — yellow nasturtiums mixed in with blue pansies and delphiniums, bright red lupine nestled among white Shasta daisies and pink echinacea or a bright orange black-eyed Susan scattered about in a sea of lavender.
white larkspur or liatris, agastache black adder (purple flowers), For colour try yellow nasturtiums with blue pansies and delphiniums, bright red lupines with white Shasta daisies and pinl echinac ea, balck eyed susans in lavendaer
spikey contrasts with flat, round flower heads; pastels with accents of vivid red
get bolder, add a pop of contrasting color — yellow nasturtiums mixed in with blue pansies and delphiniums, bright red lupine nestled among white Shasta daisies and pink echinacea or a bright orange black-eyed Susan scattered about in a sea of lavender.
“black adder” — reneemassaua
Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
8 Reviews
Exterior - Front
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the house allows the owner to draw on his blank canvas of a house. The splash of red, with kudos to the flowers, is just the right amount of color to add a sense of confidence to the house. The choice of color being red was a bold statement but was definitely the right move. Because there are only splashes
flower box with red flowers, grey house
A window box full of bright red flowers livens up all those neutrals.
“flower box” — scndm24
Amelia B. Lima & Associates
11 Reviews
Green Wall
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with topsoil. The good news is that anything I plant will have the fence as an anchor. I love how you used a combination of silver/green and purple/red. Any suggestions you could give would be greatly appreciated.
elephant ears (Colocasia and Alocasia, zones 7 to 11) or winter-dormant gingers, like shampoo ginger (Zingiber zerumbet, zones 7b to 11), with its bright red cones held aloft by tall stalks in late summer and fall. These and other bulbs can be left in the ground or dug up in fall, depending on your climate
“Green wall” — Valerie Chow
Paintbox Garden
6 Reviews
Ornamental Blues
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lovely row of round green cabbages (as shown here) and palm-tree-like Cavolo Nero (black leaf kale), for instance? Or consider planting bright red chilli bushes and red and yellow stemmed beets, with chives planted around the edges of the bed to surround it by pink flowers in summer.Kale always looks great
“Garden” — Connie Ariés White
Busybee Design
An Indoor & Outdoor Oasis
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and inviting. A softly colored but not too sweetly pastel rug anchors the space, the dark wood of the deck and furniture is modern in feeling, and bright red accents echo the brick of the building beyond.If you crave a modern touch, even in a traditional garden, a patio or deck may be the perfect spot
“my umbrella is the same so could colour co-ordinate” — homefarmcottage
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