Tuesday, 3 April 2012

Pictures Of Red Flowers

Pictures Of Red Flowers Biography
Red Color flowers are know to have an effect the moods of those that view them, red is a busy color that projects activity and vibrancy, it promotes movement and excitement.  The use of  any color  in the garden comes down to a personal one and many factors effect the way we respond to colors. Weather, time of day, what we have or have not eaten , our current mood and the surroundings we find the colors in effect the way we respond to what we see.  Red flowers tend to dominate softer colors taking away from the beauty of the softer colors but they also can lend a sense of flowing into the more neutral tones. Reds work well in a color scheme with whites and darker blues but keep in mind that foliage texture and color will have a large effect on our perceptions of red and it's mixing with other colors. An all red garden tends to get boring after a while but mix in a few nice bright whites and deep blues and the garden takes on a life that is more enjoyable and gives the garden vital interest throughout out many days of viewing. Staring at the same old red salvia's all summer does not appeal to me. I guess that is why I like perennials, the perennial garden changes and transforms it's self over the season and red flowers can find a place in the garden from early spring to fall, even in winter red berries are pleasing to the eye, best yet contrasted with fresh clean snow on a crisp  bright sunny day.
Light is the primary factor effecting out interpatation of colors and our responses.  In very bright locations the softer colors may appear bland and washed out but reds stand out and say "look at me". The Interaction of a bright red color and intense sunlight effects our mood  in a positive way. cheerfulness and life, invigorates our senses  and our emotional state and even   making us happy and awake.  Red in shade or on a hazy cloudy day does not have the same effect, some red flowers way even appear drab or lifeless.  Color shades change with the intensity and amount of light, many if not most red flowers have hues that change during the coarse of the day.   One view I like -  is standing in a shady area and looking out to a sunny area with some nice bright red Peonies  or daylilies.  Other factors that effect the perception of colors are backgrounds.  A fence or a building, the sea or a body or water  the color of the sky.  All these things plus many more play a part in the way colors are presented to our brain and our interptaion of them.
The glowing warm colors of  red flowers, are I think, best complemented by dark blues.  The color that stands up best as a offset is white. Many plants that have red flowers are genetically predispsioned to produce  some white flowering forms.  Those species that have red flowers tend to have albino forms.  I find it a good complement to grow the red flowering plant and the white flowering plant of the same species next to each other as a complement. Red flowers also look good as a focal point in a sea of other colors.  A bed of yellow flowering plants with a  taller single red  plant in the middle makes a memorable picture.  Reds in the garden work well in the front of softer colors causing the eye to fix ate at first on the red and then to flow slowly along the softer shades of yellow and pink.  red in the background of a planting takes the eyes right away to the back and hides those plantings in the foreground.   The strong colors of red are more loved by younger people and those that have a lot of activities and are overly intense . But for a more peaceful garden or location - nice soft colors and a lot of green mixed in with the occasional red tucked in a corner is calmer and has a calming effect on one's senses. The hotter colors like red look there best around the house with blues and whites placed at a distance making the landscape spread out giving the perspective of distance and volume.
Well now that that is done lets get into the plants. But first we need to call a spade a spade. Red is not just one color, we have true reds and we have red - orange and orange - red, or even red - pink or red - purple. The names for red are many and many of use have diffrent forms of  color blindness and any way not every one sees the same thing.    The list below covers all those plants that one might call red.  orange flowers are for another list and so are the pink colored flowers.
Pictures Of Red Flowers
Pictures Of Red Flowers
  Pictures Of Red Flowers
 Pictures Of Red Flowers
 Pictures Of Red Flowers
 Pictures Of Red Flowers
 Pictures Of Red Flowers
 Pictures Of Red Flowers
 Pictures Of Red Flowers
Red Roses / Cherveni Rozi
SM Red Flowers In Slow Motion Shot In 60p Edited In 24p Timeline Free Stock Footage.Mp4

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