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Red Hot Poker Flower Information With Pictures
This is how red-hot poker looks at it's early stage.
Red-hot poker is also known as Kniphofia, Torch Lily, Tritoma
Red-hot poker has over 73 species.
Red-hot poker got its name from its structure and color.
These beautiful plants can grow up to 3-5 feet.
Johann H. Kniphof, an 18th century German botanist found this plant and the plant was named Kniphofia.
Bees and hummingbirds love these flowers.
In terms of origin, this plant comes from South Africa.
This plant needs at least 1 inch of water every week during summers.
This plant blooms by late June.
This plant is toxic and not edible.
The floral spikes of this plant contain seeds.
You can decorate your garden with this beautiful red poker plant.
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