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Kniphofia Banana Popsicle
(Red Hot Poker)

£15.00

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July - October
100cm x 45cm
Partial Shade, Sun
Attracts Wildlife
Fully Hardy

Kniphofia Banana Popsicle is a delightful and eye-catching perennial plant that adds a unique twist to any garden or landscape. This cultivar, also known as Red Hot Poker, features compact spikes of tubular flowers in shades of vibrant yellow and gold. The flowers resemble frozen banana popsicles, hence the name. Banana Popsicle flowers profusely during the summer months, creating a stunning display of color and attracting pollinators like bees and butterflies. Its slender, grass-like foliage provides an attractive backdrop to the vibrant flowers.

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Description

Kniphofia Red Hot Pokers are instantly recognisable due to their bright, multicoloured flower spikes. 'Banana Popsicle' is an eye-catching perennial with unusual, long yellow-green flower spikes. Growing tall above other plants in beds and borders, these fiery looking perennials are known to attract bees, making them great for wildlife gardens.  

Planting Conditions

For best performance choose a sunny position in fertile, well-drained soil that won't get too wet over winter.

Watering & Feeding

Water at least once a week until established and during warmer periods, once established they are fairly drought tolerant.

General Care

Remove dead flower stems to prolong flowering. Once flowering has finished leave the plants alone until mid-spring as the old growth will protect the crown of the plant. Once the weather has begun to warm up, any dead or untidy-looking foliage can be pulled away – this will provide the opportunity to check for slugs and snails which can damage developing flower heads and young growth.