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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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Latest Reviews from our Customers
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Very satisfied
Wednesday, 4 August 2021  |  Treena

I already have 4 of these and they are lovely which is why I chose to purchase another 4. They are very sturdy and donít fade and most importantly save me from having to buy liners ever year!


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Very good
Wednesday, 4 August 2021  |  Treena

I purchased this item after using my mumís that she has had for years. I found it very useful when mixing the water crystals and plant food with the compost and then transferring to the pot. It stops a lot of mess and keeps the compost in one place instead of on the floor!


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not as expected
Wednesday, 4 August 2021  |  Roger

Plants arrived in a healthy condition, but as they come into bloom the heads seem to shrivel up and do not form a nice head, so it makes the dead heading take a long time. Very disappointed with the tumberlina,s this year, though the calibroachias are looking lovely, will stick to them next year as the garden does not look a touch on what it did last year


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not as expected
Wednesday, 4 August 2021  |  Roger

plants arrived in a healthy condition, but it was soon clear that the colour of the plants did not match the colour shown on the catalogue. It is now 4th August and although baskets have been watered twice daily the plants are looking awful. Will stick to calibroachia next year.


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Fantastic bowl
Wednesday, 4 August 2021  |  Helen

Needed a low but wide bowl for my water feature. This was perfect. Arrived quickly as well


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Fuchsia dollar princess
Monday, 2 August 2021  |  Christopher

Very healthy plants delivery very good plants doing well overall good service thanks

 
 
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