Red hot pokers (torch lily) are perennials prized for their tall, showstopping flower spikes in bright red, orange, yellow, and other colors. It will brighten a garden with its large bright unique looking flowers for much of the summer.
Though red hot poker looks tropical, the plant is quite hardy. Plant container-grown red hot poker in early spring in full sun and moist, well-drained soil. Spread a 2-inch-thick layer of mulch over the plant's root zone to preserve soil moisture and prevent weeds. Water new plants weekly for the first growing season in the garden.
Clip spent flower blossoms to promote more blooms. Plants will send up a flush of flower spikes in late spring or early summer and continue blooming through the growing season if spent flowers are deadheaded. One of the best feature is its long blooming period.
Perennial USDA Zones: 5 - 10 Height: 32 - 36 inches Bloom Season: Summer through fall Bloom Color: Coral red Environment: Full sun
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