Kniphofia 'Papaya Popsicle' - Ardcarne Garden Centre.
Kniphofia Papaya Popsicle. Email to a Friend. Kniphofia Papya Popsicle (Dwarf Red Hot Poker) Position: Stunning for mass planting in the border. Grow in full sun. Plant in any moist, well drained garden soil, drought tolerant. Height and spread: 45 x 30cm (flowers to 50cm approx) Care: Water thoroughly before planting. Plant to depth of original container. Water regularly in the first year to.
From the Kniphofia 'Popsicle series', Red Hot Poker 'Papaya Popsicle' produces an abundance of flowers above neat clumps of slender, grass-like leaves which remain neat and attractive throughout the seasons. With origins in South Africa, these dwarf red hot pokers are drought tolerant and make a perfect low-maintenance addition to hot dry borders, gravel gardens, herbaceous borders or patio.
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Kniphofia 'Papaya Popsicle' Shading magnificently from yellow at the base to brightest red at the tip, the long bottlebrush bloom of this Kniphofia lasts for weeks in your summer garden, delighting the pollinators almost as much as it does the humans!
Kniphofia Papaya Popsicle is a compact Red Hot Poker in a fiery blend of tomato red and yellow-orange. Rising like rockets in the border, Papaya Popsicle will flower all through summer and well into autumn, making it a must have for the border. Drama tic, upright spikes are made up of tubular red flowers blooming from the base upwards, maturing to orange-yellow - forming gorgeously blended.
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About this cultivar: K niphofia 'Redhot Popsicle' (Popsicle Series) is a Terra Nova introduction that forms a compact clump of narrow, green, grass-like leaves topped with stalks of deep red pokers. A more compact, longer flowering form of the Kniphofia 'Nancy's Red'. This has only been in our garden a short time, so we don't want to wax lyrical yet BUT - what a fantastic colour!