Moisture retentive soil
Well drained soil
150 cm x 100 cm Evergreen foliage with pale green flowers fading to white in late summer. Full sun, humus rich soil. Available for Mail Order from April - September
Grab your sunnies!! 'Alcazar's' striking poker head flowers which open yellow from fiery intense blood red orange buds herald the arrival of late summer
Commonly known as a red hot poker, these sensational blooms are often compared to fireworks. Available for Mail Order from April - September
Individual tubular lemon-yellow flowers open from lime-green buds to form the upright spikes of flower we commonly know as Red Hot Pokers. Available for Mail Order from April - September
Chunky, vivid yellow almost lime green pokers stand proudly to attention on bronzed stems . Available for Mail Order from April - September
Height & spread up to 150cm. A dramatic plant with arching strap like leaves and clusters of bright orange flowers held on tall stems. Needs full sun, neutral to acidic soil and good Winter drainage.
Large fat pokers, tawny apricot in colour fading to lemony cream are carried on sturdy upright stems above strong clumps of evergreen foliage. Available for Mail Order from April - September
This instantly recognisable plant is commonly known as red hot poker. The flower is made up of clusters of tiny tubular orange and red blooms summer. Available for Mail Order from April - September
A giant among 'Red Hot Pokers', 'Nobilis' is well-named for its chunky spikes of fiery orange flowers that open and fade to creamy yellow from their base upwards, forming a striking two-tone display.
Individual tubular flowers make up this glorious flower spike which starts off as coral before fading to white, hence the name 'Strawberries and Cream'. Available for Mail Order from April - September
Elegant and statuesque, 'Tawny King's' poker-like flower spikes command attention with their delicious two tone ombre effect - creamy yellow flowers opening upwards from deep tawny orange buds
A striking but elegant ombre effect with the lower layers of each flower spike a delicious pale apricot gradually warming up in hue as they rise to the top, a glowing deep coral orange.