Red Hot Poker Plant Zone

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Short Description

Spikes topped by narrow, tubular flowers from pale yellow to orange-red.

Commonly called red-hot poker, this plant has a strong semblance to its common name. The flower heads are 6 to 10 inches long and covered with tubular red, yellow and orange flowers. Tips On Growing Kniphofia (Red Hot Poker) Kniphofia (Red Hot Poker) is a genus of showy. Red Hot Poker Description An exotic import that sizzles in the summertime landscape! Found wild in South Africa, this eye-catching plant was first brought to England in 1707 and is also commonly known as the Torch Lily. Small, tubular flower buds start out red, mature to orange and then fade to yellow. 25 Dwarf Redhot pokers Seeds, Red Hot Poker, Torch Lily, KNIPHOFIA triangularis 3.0 out of 5 stars 1 Bicycle Playing Cards - Poker Size, Colors May Vary: Red, Blue or Black. Red Hot Poker produces striking bold colored flowers atop tall stems. Perennial gardeners often use them as big focal points in the garden. Easy to grow and a great choice for a beginner gardener. A tremendous favorite of hummingbirds and butterflies alike and thus an excellent exotic pollinator choice.

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Not a blowtorch, but close. Spikes glow, blaze open fiery red, then pale and wither. Mixture contains colors not usually available. Use as accents with grasses or sprawling blues and purples. Spice up your hypercums, heleniums and gaillardias. The classic showpiece. GARDEN HINTS: Seeds may be started indoors about 6 weeks before outdoor planting time. In cold areas, protect over winter with a layer of straw mulch. Cultivate or mulch to control weeds.
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Red Hot Poker Plant Zone 10

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Full Sun


24 inches

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