red-purple


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Related to red-purple: Red-violet, reddish purple
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Adj.1.red-purple - of purple tinged with red
chromatic - being or having or characterized by hue
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At the same moment, rushing and snorting like a wounded buffalo, Challenger dashed past me, a terrible vision, with red-purple face, engorged eyes, and bristling hair.
Then there's Oregon grape or Mahonia aquifolium Atropurpureum, an evergreen shrub with bright green leaves that turn red-purple in winter.
The study showed that PURAC[R] FIT Plus, a purified lactic acid can reduce the fading of anthocyanins (natural red-purple colours) in acidified finished products by up to 50 percent, compared to commonly used citric acid.
Good cultivars include 'Barr's Purple', 'Ruby Giant', which produces red-purple flowers, and 'Whitewell Purple', with purple-blue wide opening flowers.
Good cultivars of this type include 'Barr's Purple', 'Ruby Giant', which produces red-purple flowers, and 'Whitewell Purple', with purple-blue wide opening flowers.
The real beauty of this shrub is its dark red-purple foliage, which turns red during autumn.
The symptoms of meningococcal disease may include a sudden onset of fever, severe headache, weakness, drowsiness, confusion or coma, sore legs or sore joints, nausea and vomiting, a dislike of bright lights, a stiff neck and a rash of red-purple spots.
THESE deliciously-scented winter flowering shrubs in shades of red-purple, pink, white and yellow, are a must for the winter garden, but make sure you plant them where their fragrance can be really appreciated.
Popping out from among all the herbaceous plants and roses are the deep red-purple globes from the bulbs of giant allium flowers, and a pretty milky flowered cammasia There are also a few shrubs in flower.
As the seasons roll around, this fabulous winter flowering specimen can give spectacular red-purple autumn colour, if it is grown in an open position and, because of its size, Cornus mas can also be used as a climbing frame for one of the early flowering Clematis macropetala and alpina cultivars.
Leaves are dark green and purple, marked with silver above and dark red-purple below.