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Related to purple-red: burgundy, reddish purple, Red-violet
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of red tinged with purple

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Two to 3 inches in diameter, the roots are medium to dark purple-red with somewhat pronounced zonation.
"Purple-red fruit and veg seem to have particular blood pressure benefits," says dietician Dr Sarah Schenker.
And when your psoriasis marks your skin with deep purple-red patches that shed piles of scales wherever you go, you don't necessarily want to wear skimpy tops and a bikini on the beach.
"Strong growers such as Bloodgood, with purple-red foliage, are best where a redleaved tree of 3-4m is required," recommends McIndoe.
Purple-red dogwoods and a green creek, his dog riffling the water with her tongue.
A smaller tree is the Persian ironwood (Parrotia persica), which grows to 8m and whose leaves turn to a patchwork of orange, bright red and purple-red in autumn, although it needs acid soil for good leaf colour.
A smaller tree is the Persian ironwood (Parrotia persica), which grows to eight metres and whose leaves turn to a patchwork of orange, bright red and purple-red in autumn, although it needs acid soil for good leaf colour.
Scape erect, stiff, 30-45 cm x 3-5 mm, stellate-lepidote, dark purple-red; scape bracts erect, imbricate and surpassing the internodes toward the base, becoming lax above, acute to attenuate, pungent, densely punctate-lepidote, dark purple-red.
The stannous compound created a purple-red appearance on de-waxed pears, which then turned brown during pasteurization.
The deeply lobed leaves are purple-red until the autumn when they set the garden ablaze as they turn a brilliant red.
Its purple-red and very sweetsmelling flowers cover the bare twigs of last year's growth from now until early spring, turning this upright shrub (height 1.2m, spread 1.2m) into a riot of colour.
I also like the sound of echinacea Double Decker, a perennial that flowers in its first year with single, purple-red blooms, followed by unusual, two layered flowers in subsequent seasons.
davidii `Black Knight' , which produces deep purple flowers, or `Royal Red', which has purple-red blooms.
Their purple-red pigments--called anthocyanins--act as anti-oxidants, and thus may help prevent cancer.
SET D Butterfly Collection containing one each of the following: Echinacea - flowering throughout the summer with a profusion of large purple-red petals;