rose-purple


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Adj.1.rose-purple - of purple with a rose tinge
chromatic - being or having or characterized by hue
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Showy stalks densely packed with tiny rose-purple blossoms grow up to 2 feet tall on stiff stems, standing well above the low mound of foliage.
mucronulatum which, being deciduous, its rose-purple flowers are seen to full advantage.
I was taken by a variety named Emily Saul, a sturdy, low-growing coneflower with petals a rich and vibrant rose-purple.The bizarre but beautiful pitcher plant, sarracenia, is a great conversation piece, though you have to build a little bog for it.
THE curious ruffled lobster-like flowers of Christmas cactus come in shades of rose-purple, red, orange and white, and while they last individually for only a few days, they open in succession to give a continuous display.
hollandicumm, with its heads of bright rose-purple flowers, or A.
The wild species, Digitalis purpurea, a hardy biennial, is grown for its long spires of thimble-shaped bells in shades of white to rose-purple in early to mid-summer, often with a darker spotting within the flower.
mezereum, which produces masses of tubular flowers on upright stems, ranging from pink to rose-purple,growing to around three feet tall.
Among the most common varieties are D mezereum, which produces masses of tubular flowers on upright stems, ranging from pink to rose-purple, growing to around 90cm (3ft) tall.
Angel's fishing rods (Dierama pulcherrimum), with their rose-purple bells, are among the most graceful of garden plants, but because they hate being disturbed - and show it by shedding their leaves and sulking for a year - they are not as popular as they should be.