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Kniphofia 'Bressingham Comet'

red-hot poker, torch flower

ca$á3.75   
Seed count: 12-15   
Kniphofia 'Bressingham Comet'
Kniphofia 'Bressingham Comet'
Native Region: southern and tropical Africa
Zone Range: 06-09
Preferred Climate: warm temperate to tropical
Harvest Date: Tuesday 13 September, 2011
Seed count: 12-15

Description:
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 border.

Notes:
now in family Xanthorrhoeaceae

Cultivation:
For maximum freshness, please keep seed refrigerated in its original packaging until it is time to plant. Sow seed in containers in a cold frame in spring. Grow in deep, fertile, humus-rich, moist but well-drained soil in full sun. Prefers sandy soil. Promptly remove spent flower spikes. Mulch young plants with straw or leaves the first winter.

Harvest Date: Tuesday 13 September, 2011
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