Kniphofia /nɪpˈhoʊfiə/, also called tritoma, red hot poker, torch lily, knofflers or poker plant, is a genus of perennial flowering plants in the family. Red hot poker is a member of the lily family that is drought & heat resistant. Their brightly colored flowers easily attract butterflies and hummingbirds. 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.
Red poker lily -
Adding drama in the late season garden, Kniphofia 'Bees' Lemon' Red Hot Poker is a showy clump-forming perennial with terminal spikes of tubular, bright yellow flowers from mid to late summer. In the colder zones, be sure to lay down inches of mulch before winter to protect the crowns of the plant. Alternatively, you may cut the foliage off at the base in late fall. Torch lily does well in zones The red hot poker is a showy and dramatic plant. Propagation Red hot pokers can be grown from seeds. Guides with Kniphofia - Red Hot Pokers.