Beginner Gardening:My Red Hot Poker has never flowered!

Aug 10,  · My Red Hot Poker has never flowered! I started it from seed many years ago.One plant flowered once. I found the same plant growing all over the yard (apparently the seed got scattered somehow)so I dug them all up and put them together under some dappled shade and afternoon sun area.

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Kniphofia 'Alcazar' (Red Hot Poker)

Growing up to 3-4 ft. high (90-120 cm) with a spread of 2-3 ft. (60-90 cm), this Red Hot Poker has a sturdy stem. However, some protection from strong winds would be recommended. This rhizomatous perennial performs best in full sun, in a sandy soil that has been enriched with humus. However, any deep, moist but well-drained soil will do.

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How do you trim a Red Hot Poker plant? - Houzz

Anyway, usually, the first one or two I trim the leaves back neatly to the crown (or until I see green), then I lose all patience and trim them like I do liriope (gather all the brown leaves and crew cut them). I did manage to trim back a somewhat 'evergreen' red hot poker once, but it managed to make itself presentable by summer.

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Kniphofia 'Lemon Popsicle' (Popsicle Series) Red hot poker

Where to grow. Kniphofia 'Lemon Popsicle' (Popsicle Series) (Red hot poker 'Lemon Popsicle') will reach a height of 0.4m and a spread of 0.5m after 2-5 years. Suggested uses. Mediterranean, Low Maintenance, Flower Arranging, Cottage/Informal, Coastal, City, Beds and borders, Architectural, Wildlife

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Collecting Red Hot Poker Seeds - What Do Red Hot Poker

Jan 06,  · Red hot poker plants are easy to grow in well-draining soil. If you wish to start plants yourself, begin by collecting red hot poker seeds from a friend or neighbor, or order them from a reputable nursery. Here are a few tips on how to plant red hot poker seeds for a successful crop of “torch lily” that will bloom for years.

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Pyromania Backdraft Red Hot Poker | Plant Addicts

Pyromania Backdraft Red Hot Poker Care. The Pyromania Backdraft Red Hot Poker will grow well in any type of soil. It is not fussy about Ph levels. This plant does require full sun, a minimum of 6 hours of sun per day. Water needs are average when not in bloom. During the bloom season, water regularly. In cold climates mulch in the winter for

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Red Hot Pokers - Easy To Grow Bulbs

This Torch Lily is ideal for adding vibrant color to landscapes and grows remarkably well in large outdoor pots with very little care. Plus, it will attract hummingbirds and songbirds in droves to indulge in the sweet nectar. Enjoy! Easy to Grow Features: Zone: 6 - 9 Height: 36 - 42 in. Spacing: 18 - 24 in. Sunlight: Full Sun to Partial Sun Water:

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Garden Guides | About Red Hot Poker Plants

Sep 21,  · Care. Plant red poker rhizomes 4 inches deep in early spring when temperatures are reliably in the upper 40s. Rarely needing supplemental irrigation or fertilization, red hot pokers are hardy down to 14 degrees F. Dig the rhizomes at season's end, and store them moist at a

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Plant Combination Ideas - Plant Family Kniphofia Red Hot

An Easy-Care Border Idea with Kniphofia, Achillea and Eryngium With their unusual shapes and brilliant colors, Kniphofias (Red Hot Pokers) and Sea Hollies (Eryngium bourgatii) are wonderful herbaceous perennials to combine in beds and borders.

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What Keeps Red Hot Poker From Blooming?

Jul 08,  · Ask the Expert: Red Hot Pokers not blooming My Red Hot Pokers have always bloomed by the end of June, but this year they don't seemed to want to bloom. The foliage looks healthy and is growing very nicely. I live in Colorado and we've had more rain this year than in the past. Any ideas? Thanks Cassie Flower Shop Network Plant Expert Reply: A water issue can cause Red Hot Poker

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Kniphofia the Red Hot Poker - Care & Varieties For Sale

Kniphofia – The red Hot Pokers ‘The Red Hot Pokers’ Kniphofia or ‘Red Hot Pokers’ are a plant that prefers a position in full sun in a humus rich, moist well drained soil. Sometime called the ‘Torch Lily’ these easy care plants come in a number of varieties. Firstly they are not always red, the tall flower spikes from red through

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