Red poker flower

Poker Primrose prefers full to partial.
Name, red Hot Poker or Torch Lily.
Maximize, send to a friend, send to a friend.Perennials Poker Primrose, sale!In parts of south-eastern Australia, such as the.There are a number of Poker species including.The leaves are reminiscent of a lily, and the flowerhead can reach up.52 m (5.0 ft) in height.The flowerheads are pale to dull red at first, but turn to yellow or green-yellow when they open in late summer.Poker Primrose, butterfly magnet!The leaves grow to a length of about 1 m; the flowering stem, which grows to 1,5 m in height, carries the inflorescence which consist of slender, tube-shaped flowers.The Red Hot Poker is a South African plant that is now found in many parts of the world, having been imported for its dramatic beauty and for the fact that the flowers last for a long time.1 It is now regarded as an environmental weed in these locations, spreading from former habitations into natural areas, where it can grow in thick clumps and threaten sensitive ecosystems.Central and, southern Tablelands of, new South Wales and southern, victoria, it has escaped cultivation and become naturalised.
Kniphofia uvaria is a species of flowering plant in the family, asphodelaceae, also known as tritomea, torch lily, or red hot poker, due to the shape and color of its inflorescence.
Kniphofia uvaria originates from the, cape Province of, south Africa, 1 and has been introduced into many parts of the world, such.
Add to my wishlist, primula vialii, butterfly magnet!Habitat, the Red Hote Poker can be found growing in grassveld and marshes and is found from the Western Cape Province north through to the Limpopo Province.There are many varieties of torch lily, and they bloom at different times during the growing season.A young flower of, kniphofia uvaria, distribution edit.Grows 1-2 feet tall and begins blooming in early summer.Recipient information this field is required, cancel.Flowers are a unique combination of pinkish-purple flowers with red buds, and last up to five weeks.Elsewhere in southern Australia it is regarded as a potential environmental weed, and it may have also naturalised in parts of South Australia and California.1 References edit External links edit.The flowers are red, orange, and yellow.

It is hardy in zones 5-10.