Kniphofia 'Alcazar' - red hot poker, torch lily Flowers are formed in dense, erect racemes at the tops of about 80 cm long, sturdy stalks. They are fiery orange red at the top and bright yellow at the bottom. It creates a striking view already from a distance. Narrow, linear leaves are dark green and stiff, they look like day-lily leaves but are more erect. Grow it in full sun in humus-rich.
The Kniphofia, often called Torch Lily or Red Hot Poker, comes in many sizes and growth habits and isn’t necessarily red. However, its resilience makes it an easy-going garden subject and not one that will be in just anybody’s garden.
The striking red hot poker plant (Kniphofia uvaria) is in the Liliaceae family and is also known as poker plant and torch lily. This plant thrives in USDA zones 5 through 9 and is an upright evergreen perennial with a clumping habit. Over 70 known species exist of this South African native plant.
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Fiery red buds open to reveal tubular orange flowers that gradually fade to a bright shade of yellow. This reliable cottage garden favourite is distinctive for its spectacular display of red hot poker flowers carried on tall stems above evergreen strap-like foliage.
Plant number: 1.300.060 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.
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.
The name is a tongue twister (pronounced nee-FOF-ee-a) but these plants are easy to grow - many even say tough to kill - and deliver colorful, spiky, wand-like flowers that hummingbirds love. Once established, these Red Hot Poker plants can also manage drought, although they tend to bloom more profusely with supplemental water.
Kniphofia - Red-Hot Pokers - are easy to grow plants with a long flowering season. Due to their height they are suitable for growing towards the back of a border. They have strap-like leaves, and the tall stems bear an oval flower-head of small, tubular yellow, orange and red flowers, resembling the red-hot poker of their common name. 'Limelight' produces short fat candles of acid lime yellow.
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Kniphofia 'Papaya Popsicle' is a relatively new cultivar of Red Hot Poker, selected for its compact growth habit, early flowering period, sturdy upright flower spikes and intense colour. Narrow, grass-like grey-green leaves form a dense tussock from which emerge the flower spikes - full torches of creamy pinky-red tubular flowers that open to a colour reminiscent of ripe papaya fruit. The.
Colourful and exotic-looking, red-hot pokers flower over many months and make spectacular garden plants. They do well in coastal gardens and can be very long-lived.
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.
Kniphofia 'Alcazar' (Red hot poker 'Alcazar') will reach a height of 1.5m and a spread of 1m after 2-5 years.Kniphofia 'Alcazar' (Red Hot Poker) Tall and stately, Kniphofia 'Alcazar' features dark, bronzed stems bearing luminous terminal spikes of tubular, creamy orange flowers, gradually opening from brick red buds from early to late summer.Kniphofia - Red-Hot Pokers - are easy to grow plants with a long flowering season. Due to their height they are suitable for growing towards the back of a border. They have strap-like leaves, and the tall stems bear an oval flower-head of small, tubular yellow, orange and red flowers, resembling the red-hot poker of their common name. plant Features. Full sun to partial shade Occasional.