Kniphofia 'Timothy' Tall spikes of creamy orange flowers on bronze stems from mid to late summer. Flower stems emerge from rosettes of strappy, stiff foliage. Superb in a sunny, well drained border. To 1.2m. Hardy At a glance. Common Name. Red hot poker 'Timothy' Type. Hardy perennial. Height. 90cm to 1.2m. Colour. Orange. Spread Rate. Slow. Flowering. Late Summer. Soil Type. Drained, Dry.
The old 3 feet-high forms of Kniphofia uvaria in shades of coral-orange and yellow have given way to kinds with blooms ranging from coral-red through every conceivable shade of orange, peach, and yellow to near-white and light green, on plants varying in size from 1 feet dwarfs to 6 feet giants. The flowers attract hummingbirds. Not heavily browsed by deer.
The red hot poker is a showy and dramatic plant. If you love growing perennials that give color all summer long, this is the plant for you. Other names for this showy plant are torch lily and poker plant. The botanical name for this plant is kniphofia uvaria and there are more than 70 known species of it.
Guide to Growing Red-hot-poker, Torch Lily, Tritoma, and Poker Plant. The genus Kniphofia contains hardy perennials that reach from 60 to 150 cm in height. They have grassy leaves, that give rise to long stems with a head of downward facing tubes of flowers. The flowers are orange, yellow or green and Kniphofia blooms from Summer to Autumn.
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Kniphofia 'Poco Orange' is part of the specially bred Red Hot Poker range of plants, it is a compact variety which flowers over a long period in summer. Poco pokers produce lots of flower buds and reaches approximately 50cm in height, making it suitable for the front of the border or for planting in pots and containers. Poco Orange is an eye-catching deep marmalade orange which looks fabulous.
A fine architectural plant with striking vertical blooms, topped by blazing red, orange and yellow tapering flower heads, that really do resemble fiery hot pokers. Kniphofia are tough, long-lived plants, with a long flowering season (spring to late autumn). Family: Asphodelaceae Botanical Name: Kniphofia Common Names: red-hot poker, torch lily Foliage: Perennial evergreen. Mid-green strap-like.
Other common names red-hot poker 'Tawny King' Family Asphodelaceae Genus Kniphofia may be evergreen or herbaceous perennials, with linear or strap-shaped leaves and erect stems bearing a dense raceme of tubular, usually pendent flowers.
Also known as Red-hot-Poker, these are easy to grow in the garden so long as the soil is well-drained, particularly in winter. Plants form a big clump of grassy leaves that remain evergreen in milder regions. This mixture produces large bottlebrush heads in a range of shades, including yellow, orange and flame red. Stems are wonderful for cutting. Drought tolerant, once established. Clumps may.
The red hot poker plant is a showy, lovely perennial that's in the lily family. This plant's most striking characteristic is its blooms, which resemble glowing pokers or torches: towering stalks.
Kniphofia: Red Hot Poker; There are 68 species in the genus Kniphofia, all originating in southern and eastern Africa. They form clumps of grass-like finely toothed foliage with strong stems rising above the foliage with flowers that look-like glowing pokers or torches, hence the common name. The blossoms open from the bottom to top over the course of several days and change color as the.
Kniphofia (Red Hot Poker) Poker Plant, Red Hot Poker, Torch Lily, Tritoma (Kniphofia) Previous Next. Kniphofias, commonly known as Torch Lilies or Red Hot Pokers, always make a bold statement in the garden with their brilliant show of bright-colored, dense, erect spikes resembling glowing pokers or torches. Blooming from late spring to early fall, depending on the varieties, their stately.
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For years, the traditional Red Hot Pokers in red and orange hues have been favorites for our customers. This new variety from Europe is a beautiful combination of orange and creamy apricot. Blooms open in early to mid summer on 24'' stems. Grows best in well drained soils in sunny areas.
Red Hot Poker is a perennial that can remain in the same spot for several years. It is important that the soil is well-drained, especially in the winter. Cut off its faded flower stems to encourage a good growth. Tie the leaves together for the winter and cover the plant with a layer of hay or straw. In spring, cut all of its leaves off and soon there will be some new shoots growing above the.
Commonly know as Red Hot Poker, it is a genus of South African native perennials that range from 1 ft dwarfs to 7 ft giants. They have a wide range of flowering times from mid-spring through late autumn, depending on the cultivar. The flowers are usually a bright orange and yellow colour; although there are many new cultivars in shades of cream, yellow, red, green, and even flourescent hues.
How to Grow Kniphofia (Torch Lilies). Torch lily (Kniphofia uvaria), also known as red hot poker, is a dramatic plant with long, spiky blooms that appear from late spring until autumn. The blooms.
Red hot poker plants are exotic beauties in the garden, but extremely easy to grow. The bright, wand-like flowers are beloved by hummingbirds, and always please gardeners with their low-maintenance ways.When the correct time arrives, you’ll want to start cutting back red hot poker plants.
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