Red Flowers Around The World

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When I set out to look in my archives for red flowers that I’ve photographed around the world I found more than I expected. There’s a lot of them out there and they are all beautiful. I also included some that are not technically flowers, but plants. Enjoy this bright flowers from across the globe:

Flowers in India.

Red flowers at the MPR in India.

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A red rose (or is it orange?) at the Rose Test Garden in Portland, OR

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Red plants in Meherazad, India.

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Beautiful red carnations of different shades at the mercado de jamaica in Mexico City


Okay saffron is not a plant or a flower but it is red and it is actually harvested from a flower. Saffron actually consists of the dried stigmas (the thin “hairs” where pollen geminates) of the purple crocus flower.

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Tons of red roses at the mercado de jamaica in Mexico City. 

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Stunning red tulips at the tulip farm in Woodburn, OR.

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Poinsettias at the mercado de jamaica in Mexico City. 

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And finally also at the mercado de jamaica in Mexico City, red flower Elmos and hearts.

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Red flowers to the right at the Abkhazi Garden in Victoria BC.

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Red carnivorous plants at the greenhouse at Duke University, Durham, NC.

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A pretty red plant in Meherazad, India.

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And more red flowers stand out in Meherazad, India.

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A giant red flower made out of Christmas Lights at the Oregon Garden: Christmas Market.

Which one was your favourite? 

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