Inventory moves very quickly in and out this time of year. The best way to find out what we have in stock is to visit our greenhouses. To get you started, here is a list of perennials we commonly carry.
A red-hot poker tree is a habitat changer. It creates a shady place for other plants to flourish, nourishes the soil, and attracts pollinators. Animals feast on and rest under the tree. Their dung—which fertilizes the earth—deposits undigested seeds that sprout in the friendly environment.
A plant I like, but for the moment is missing from my garden, is red hot poker (Kniphofia uvaria). I like the plant - it should do well in my garden and it’s bright orange - so I must get one. About 70 species of Kniphofias are found in Africa with most of the cultivated selections coming from South Africa. They belong to Asphodelaceae family, a new family split from the overly large lily.
How to Grow Red Hot Poker Plant or Torch Lily Perennial, Tritoma. Drought and heat tolerant Red Hot Poker plants are easy to grow. They will do well in mid summer's heat, when other plants have wilted. They are great for arid, and semi-arid areas. You may know Red Hot Poker by another name. It is also called Torch Lily and Poker Plant. They are native to South Africa. Red Hot Poker grows two.
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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.
About Red Hot Poker Plants. Brilliant red hot poker plants (Kniphofia uvaria) add a splash of color to a garden or yard. Also called torch lily, these 4-foot-tall evergreen perennials form clumps.