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Kniphofia uvaria Kniphofia uvaria 

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Evergreen perennial with linear, finely toothed coarse leaves that produces slender, oblong-ovoid racemes of flowers in early autumn. The flowers are red in bud, opening to orange and fading to yellow. Height 4 feet; spread 2 feet. 
Kniphofia triangularis subsp. triangularis Kniphofia triangularis subsp. triangularis 

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This deciduous perennial has linear, grass-like leaves and bears orange flower spikes in early autumn. Height 3 feet; spread 18 inches. 
Kniphofia rooperi Kniphofia rooperi 

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This robust evergreen perennial has arching broad linear leaves and bears orange-red flowers in early to late autumn. Height 4 feet; spread 2 feet. 
Kniphofia ensifolia Kniphofia ensifolia 

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Clump-forming evergreen perennial with arching, narrowly elliptic glaucous leaves. Produces greenish white flowers, often red in bud, in cylindrical racemes from late summer to midautumn. The nectar-rich flowers attract birds. Height 4 feet; spread 2 feet. 
Kniphofia citrina Kniphofia citrina 

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This clumping perennial has strap-shaped leaves and bears spikes of numerous tubular yellow flowers in summer. The flowers are attractive to bees. Height 2 to 3 feet. 
Kniphofia 'Bressingham Comet' Kniphofia 'Bressingham Comet' 

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Deciduous perennial with arching, linear to strap-shaped blue-green leaves. Produces erect spike-like racemes of red-tipped orange flowers, yellow at the bases, in early and midautumn. The flowers are attractive to bees. Height 18 inches; spread 12 inches. Use for late season accent in a herbaceous... 
Knautia macedonica Knautia macedonica 

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Named after 17th Century botanist, Dr. Christopher Knaut (1638-1694), this often overlooked perennial is excellent when planted with silver-leafed plants, or white flowers in the garden border. The dark red blooms appear throughout the summer and well into the autumn. Height 24-32 inches; spread 18... 
Kirengeshoma palmata Kirengeshoma palmata 

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This is a beautiful perennial with much to recommend it for a shady garden. The mid to deep green leaves have an almost felt-like appearance and cling tightly to the wiry stems. Growing to 1m (3ft) in height, these plants produce their remarkable flowers at the end of summer and into the autumn.... 
Juncus effusus Juncus effusus 

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This evergreen perennial has cylindrical stems with leaves, when present, reduced to brown basal sheaths. Bears small green or brown flowers in cymes in midsummer. Suits a pond side or bog garden. Height 3-4 feet. 
Isatis tinctoria Isatis tinctoria 

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This taprooted, short-lived perennial produces basal rosettes of gray-green leaves and bears panicles of yellow flowers in early summer. Height 2-4 feet; spread 18 inches. The leaves can be used to produce a blue pigment. 
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