Blowing watercolor is really fun! In this painting, 3 layers of reds are blown to make the powderpuff flower. The darkest red is puddled in 3 spots toward the top of the flower and then blown. When dry the next lightest red is puddled in 3 or 4 spots and blown. Finally the lightest, brightest red is puddled and blown. Be sure to let each layer dry before adding the next!
The rest of the painting, the leaf area is painted all in a light green after drawing the leaves. When this is dry, a slightly darker green is painted on everything except the front leaves. When this is dry, a darker green is painted on everything except the front and 2nd layer of leaves. Then when this is dry, a darker green is painted on everything except the front, 2nd, and now 3rd layer of leaves. This should leave you with just the background which you will paint an even darker color of green. If you have a 4th layer of leaves you have another layer to paint before the remaining background.
The red berries are painted all at once, then wait until the shine is just leaving the berries, and add a bit of darker color to the bottom of the berries. Don't make this darker color too wet when you put it on! Slightly dryish because the paint on the berries is not as wet as it was when you put it on. When you finish putting the darker color on the bottom, use a clean damp brush and left a bit of the color off the top of the berries. This acts as a highlight. When the berries are completely dry, you can add the little dark dot on the berry is you want.