Kniphofia - Hybrids

In the wild, kniphofia species grow on the edge of river banks which dry up during the very hot season in South Africa, so they need some care in cultivation. Well drained soil enriched with compost suits them best, but almost any soil will do except those which waterlog. In very cold areas protection of the crown may be advised, using the cut-down remains of the plant as a mulch. They make excellent vertical accents and vary in colour from cream, through shades of orange, salmon and red. Green forms are available like Kniphofia 'Little Maid' a seedling raised here at the gardens.

£6.50
Available for you to order and plant now Ready now
£11.50
Potted, but not quite ready for sale, check again soon or register your interest Growing on
£11.50
Potted, but not quite ready for sale, check again soon or register your interest Growing on
£11.50
Potted, but not quite ready for sale, check again soon or register your interest Growing on
£6.50
Plants to be propagated in the near future, register your interest To Be Propagated
£6.50
Plants to be propagated in the near future, register your interest To Be Propagated
£11.50
Plants to be propagated in the near future, register your interest To Be Propagated
£11.50
Plants to be propagated in the near future, register your interest To Be Propagated
£6.50
Plants to be propagated in the near future, register your interest To Be Propagated
£11.50
Plants to be propagated in the near future, register your interest To Be Propagated
 
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