Perennials Simply plant Perennials once for beautiful flowers year after year! All you need to do to keep your Perennials healthy is cut them back down to, ground level in the Autumn and look forward to seeing them emerge again the following Spring.
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Red hot poker (Kniphofia uvaria) is an eye-catching, boldly colorful plant that's native to South Africa, and it's a gorgeous addition to any landscape.Not only are they beautiful, but red hot.
Low-maintenance, tall perennials like rudbeckia, black-eyed Susan, hollyhock, iris, gayfeather, red-hot poker, lupine and loosestrife make beautiful, tall backdrops for smaller plantings and will crowd the space with blooms of every colour from spring to late summer. Many of these species will grow to a height of more than 90 cm (3 feet), with.
Light: Red hot poker plant blooms best in full sun, but tolerates light afternoon shade in hot climates. Soil: Red hot poker is tolerant of many soil types, but doesn't grow well in poorly-drained soil that stays soggy after watering or rains, especially in winter. They grow best in moist, compost amended soils that have a neutral or slightly acidic pH.
Planting Kniphofia. When Kniphofia blooms in late summer, its flowers are hard to miss. Commonly called red-hot poker, this plant has a strong semblance to its common name. The flower heads are 6.
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Red hot poker doesn't tolerate division well, but you can divide the plant if you want to create more plants. Divide using a sharp spade to slice through the plant's root system. Transplants should have a large mass of roots and many aboveground stems. Replant all divisions in the spring, and be prepared to wait 2 to 3 years before the transplants bloom.