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Kniphofia

Kniphofia are robust, clump-forming, rhizomatous perennials, perhaps better known as red hot pokers. They prefer a sandy soil that has well-rotted organic matter dug into the area before planting. They will also grow in most garden soils in full sun or partial shade in a spot that is adequately well-drained and not waterlogged., especially in winter.

Divide established clumps in late spring.
Brookside Nursery Top Tip – In the first winter after planting, tie the stems together to protect the crown of the plant from severe frosts. Once established this hardy plant can withstand temperatures down to -20C when planted in the right conditions.

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Kniphofia Orange and Vanilla Popsicle | Garden Ready Perennial 9cm Pot

Kniphofia Orange and Vanilla Popsicle | Garden Ready Perennial 9cm Pot£7.99

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Kniphofia are robust, clump-forming, rhizomatous perennials, perhaps better known as red hot pokers.


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Hope to see some flowers in the spring
Monday, 16 November 2020  |  Evelyn

Didn't understand that these would be mini plugs and was hoping to plant them in my hanging baskets but they're far too small, so they're on my window sill. It'll be well after Christmas before I can plant them out. Royal Mail seem to have a problem with handling 'live plants'. Perhaps they need some basic advice on how to handle them.

 
 
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