Kniphofia Scorched Corn
Scorched Corn is sublime dwarf clumping perennial form of torch lily or poker. Architectural foliage provides year round interest, flowers making a bold statement throughout the summer months.
|Botanical Name||Kniphofia x linearifolia|
|Common Name||Scorched Corn|
|Key Features||New flowers start off burnt orange and fade to beige & then to cream as they age.|
|Size||Foliage growing to 50cm tall x 60cm wide with flower stems up to 150cm tall.|
|Position||Prefer well-drained soil in sun or part shade, tolerant of coastal conditions.|
|Description||Flowers making a bold statement throughout the summer month.|
|Cultural Notes||Low maintenance. Low water requirements.Frost and heat hardy once established. Remove spent flower heads to encourage new growth.|
|Landscape Ideas||Great in large pots, mass plantings, mixed garden beds and for adding architectural character.|
- Will add architectural foliage to your garden.
- Tolerates coastal gardens.
- Full Sun position.
- Flowers in summer.