These species tulips produce bright cardinal red and creamy yellow blooms, bringing a unique color display to spring gardens. These tulips make a lovely display in rock gardens and small group plantings and will naturalize easily.
These tulips produce blooms with deep red outer petals and bright, sunny yellow inner ones, offering a splash of bright spring color. These tulips make a lovely display in rock gardens and small group plantings and will naturalize easily.
Gorgeous yellow and red flowers bloom atop soft green, grasslike leaves. These tulips require less cold than most, making them a wonderful addition to Southern gardens. These tulips make a lovely display in rock gardens and small group plantings and will naturalize easily.
Majesty™ produces velvety red semidouble flowers and reblooms from spring until fall. Disease resistant. Should be pruned in early spring when new shoots begin to emerge. Hold off on fertilizing until after first wave of flowers come and go.
Beautiful, vermilion red blooms appear in late August and September and are followed by lush foliage that persists into spring. Oxblood lilies are low maintenance, grow easily even in heavy clay soils and naturalize readily without becoming invasive. Sometimes called a Hurricane Lily or Schoolhouse Lily.
Beautiful, lightly scented, red flowers with white stripes bloom mid-April to May and are attractive to bees, hummingbirds and butterflies. Also known as the St. Joseph's Lily, this plant spreads slowly by bulb offsets and is a popular passalong plant.
This low maintenance, drought resistant, ornamental pomegranate plant brings sensational orange colored flowers from spring through the first frost. Makes a lovely patio container plant, or use to bring a bright spot of color to your garden.
No other bulb is as classically Southern as a red spider lily. Along the Gulf Coast they are sometimes called hurricane lilies, often blooming a brilliant scarlet-red a week after the storm has passed. The foliage stays green well through the winter and into late spring.
A tall, slim holly that grows to an average of 20 feet high by only three feet wide. Lush, glossy evergreen leaves help show off brilliant red berries in the winter. Pruning isn't necessary but can be done in the winter if desired.