Kniphofia Linearifolia – 5 seeds


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Common name: Big-leaved devil’s ember
Family: Liliaceae
Origin: South Africa
Height at maturity: 1 to 1.2 meter
Hardiness: -12°C
Exposure: sunny
Plant type: flowering plant
Vegetation: perennial
Foliage: evergreen
Flowering: spring to autumn
Flower color: orange
Type of soil: rich and deep even limestone
Watering: wet
Use: in the garden in the ground, isolated, borders, container culture
Diseases and pests: slugs and snails
Toxicity: –

Storage of seeds: 2 years in a dry place away from light at 3/4°C (refrigerator)

The Devil’s Ember is an impressive plant with imposing vegetation. This perennial produces a large number of narrow leaves and develops a bloom that is characterized by floral stems (up to 1.2 meters) ending in floral spikes.

The flowers are orange in color and appear from early spring until the first frosts.

This plant does not require any particular maintenance except for a sunny exposure. It adapts to all types of soil, from the richest to calcareous soil. It loves stagnant water to bathe its roots in.

The plant can grow in the shade but only blooms if exposed to the sun.

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