9 Beautiful Red Flower Drawings
Today we have a beautiful collection of Botanical Red Flower Drawings. These vintage Floral illustrations are beautifully and intricately drawn and the brilliant red colors are just simply amazing! These are sure to make your projects pop. I think these are perfect to use for Garden themed Craft Projects or Handmade Cards… they may even tie nicely into your Christmas Crafts!
Red Botanical Flower Illustrations
Here is the latest addition to this collection. Shown above is a gorgeous Red single bloom! I believe this one is a Dahlia. It has loads of pretty brightly colored petals.
This one is also new to this set. This gorgeous blossom has narrow long petals, similar to a Daisy flower. The center of the flower is black. Such a showy flower!
Here we have a cheerful looking red flower that looks like a sweet pea, but the pod looks like it has beans in it, so it may be some sort of bean plant. At any rate it’s a very pretty little blossom!
Tall Red Flower Drawings
Shown above is a pretty little flower on a long stem. This one is apparently a Corn Cockle. Kind of a funny name don’t you think?! I believe it’s related to the Carnation. Lovely!
Red Floral Bouquet
And here we have a whole bouquet of bright red blooms! There appear to be a few different varieties here. Such a gorgeous display.
I hope you enjoyed this sweet curated collection of Botanical Red Flower Drawings! You might also like our Circa 1905 Garden Flower Illustrations HERE or Best Vintage Herb Images HERE!
Donna de Gale-Kalloo says
Thank you! I love the flowers!
Oh yea! So glad you enjoyed them Donna 🙂
Gorgeous! Thank you so much!
Karen Watson says
Thank you Linda! ????
No, I don’t think this is a Fire Pink. (Google it, the petals are different.)
However, this IS a Pink. Wild maiden pinks are a variety of wildflower that have since been cultivated as garden flowers, and are often known as dianthus or sweet William (their garden cousins have bigger petals and come in many more colors). The Duchess of Cambridge carried some in her wedding bouquet as a nod to Prince William.
Wow, thanks so much Am for your wonderful explanation and knowledge 🙂
I’ve never seen one like this before – this is beautiful!
Thank you for sharing!
I know, so unique! Thanks Irene 🙂
Sue L says
Karen, Thanks very much for another lovely flower. I don’t think I’ve ever seen one in our area, so I’ll need to do some research.
Thanks Sue, good luck with your research!
Maxine D says
Thanks Karen for a lovely flower
Glad you like it Maxine, it is beautiful 🙂