This "Christmas Red Flower" graphic has 4 dominated colors, which include Rosewood, Cadmium Purple, Crimson and Spanish Crimson. It makes so beautiful color combination inspired from this image.
The red Christmas flower is the Poinsettia. The red coloured parts of the plant are actually the leaves (bracts) and develop through photoperiodism meaning that they require darkness to change color. The plant was named after Joel Roberts Poinsett who was the first US Minister to Mexico. Poinsettia is used widely in the Christmas floral decorations.
The red leaves of the Poinsettia are typically located at the top end of the stem below which one can find green coloured leaves. The bracts surround small yellow (or golden, if you like) flowers of the plant.
The basic Christmas palette colors – red, greens and golds – are probably derived from the plant.