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KNIPHOFIA CITRINA. Family: Asphodelaceae A colourful selection of red, yellow, green and bicolored "pokers" of all sizes from our African garden. Includes Kniphofia brachystachya, northiae, rooperi, ... A dwarf "Red-hot Poker" from the alpine zones of South Africa. Broad, stumpy spikes of bright orange flowers on very thick stems above a ... Kniphofia 'Dwarf Yellow' at San Marcos Growers Kniphofia 'Dwarf Yellow' (Dwarf Yellow Poker Plant) - This small yellow flowering-variety has grass-like foliage to 18 inches tall and forms clumps to 1 to 2 feet wide. Bright yellow tubular flowers in tight spikes rise 2 to 3 feet from the ground in spring into summer. Plant in full to part day sun and give occasional to regular irrigation. Kniphofia - Herbaceous Plants - Harley Nursery - Shropshire

Jelitto Perennial Seed | KNIPHOFIA citrina Portion(s) The ‘Red Hot Pokers' are anything but these days, coming in a much L. coronaria. This wild collected form bears vivid shocking pink wider range than hitherto – from pale cream to bright yellow, pale coral to burnt toffee. Essentials summer 2013

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May 16, 2017 ... Find help and information on Kniphofia citrina Yellow red hot poker Lime green red hot poker, including varieties and pruning advice. Kniphofia citrina - Buy Online at Annie's Annuals Love the sturdy, architectural form & simplicity of “Red Hot Pokers” but not so ... K. citrina bestows showy, 7” “clubs” of lime green flowers, that fade to yellow ...

Kniphofia - Wikipedia

An unusual form of Red Hot Poker with yellow to lime-green torch-shaped flowers from June to September. Plants have blue-green grass-like leaves and grow to a height of 60-90cm. They grow well in rockeries, borders and Mediterranean gardens. They are drought tolerant and grow well in containers. Jelitto Perennial Seed | KNIPHOFIA citrina Portion(s) Container Size(s): 1-2 plugs per 11/12 cm (4 1/2") / 2-3 plugs per 15 cm (6") Vernalization: There is no current research on vernalization but a prudent recommendation for any perennial would be 6-12 weeks (a few might need 15 weeks!) at an average daily temperature of 40°F (5°C).