Kniphofia Ice Queen 2L Perennial Plant

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The yellow and white tips of their flower stems give the Kniphofia the common name 'torch lily'. These tall flowering perennials are native to Africa and are a popular plant for the back of a border or as a statement piece in the garden. These vibrant plants will change colour throughout the year by producing spikes of upright, often bi-coloured bright flowers that sit above sword-leaved foliage and come in shades of red, orange and yellow. These are long-lived species that will be a feature of your garden for years to come.

How to grow Kniphofia
Plant in a space protected from strong winds with full sun and fertile, well-drained sandy soil that isn't too wet over winter. Enrich the soil with humus for the best growth; in some cases, you may need support with a stake. Tidy plants in mid-spring and deadheaded after flowering.

Are Kniphofia invasive?
Kniphofia can be invasive in certain conditions. To control their growth, grow in a container or raised bed or install a plastic screen buried 30cm under the soil and an inch above.
This KNIPHOFIA Ice Queen comes in a 2 litre pot

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  • Our perennial plants are grown in the UK by a family business.

  • Perennials are supplied in eco friendly packaging.

  • Plants are not for consumption unless stated as edible.

  • Depending on the stage of the growing season, plants can range from young growth at the start of the season through to more advanced growth and flowering later into the season. We cannot guarantee flowering plants upon arrival due to this.
Perennial Growth Stage

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