Mango Popsicle Dwarf Poker - Monrovia - Mango Popsicle.
At a Glance - Kniphofia Mango Popsicle - Clump forming - Dark green foliage - Masses of glowing orange flowers - Attractive to butterflies -. Plant Information. Kniphofia Mango Popsicle, commonly known as Red Hot Poker, Torch Lily. A clump forming perennial that has been bred to be both compact and extremely free flowering.
Common names such as red hot poker, rocket flower and torch lily describe the showy flower spikes (often broad at the top but tapered at the base) which are the signature feature of this ornamental perennial. Species plants are native to mountainous areas in southern to tropical Africa.
Unlike older varieties of poker, the popsicle series has delightful grassy foliage that remains tidy so does not spoil the display. Easy to grow and a terrific drought-tolerant garden plant, red hot pokers are an excellent addition to any garden. Supplied as an established plant in a 9cm pot ready for planting out.
Part of the Kniphofia 'Popsicle series', Red Hot Poker 'Mango Popsicle' forms clumps of slender, evergreen grass-like leaves which remain neat and attractive throughout the seasons. With origins in South Africa, these dwarf red hot pokers are drought tolerant and make a perfect low-maintenance addition to hot dry borders, gravel gardens, herbaceous borders or patio containers.
Kniphofia 'Mango Popsicle' (PBR) (Red hot poker 'Mango Popsicle'): Compact variety with warm orange spikes in mid-late summer. Superb in sunny, dry borders. To 90cm.
Papaya Popsicle Red Hot Poker. Kniphofia 'Papaya Popsicle' Papaya Popsicle red hot poker is a full-sun plant that has orange-and-yellow flower spikes all summer long over a mound of grassy, textural foliage. It grows 18 inches tall and 20 inches wide. Zones 6-9.
Red Hot Pokers are magnificent plants. They look as though they should have been from some lost island populated by dinosaurs. Unfortunately, Victorian gardeners thought quite differently, believing them to be vulgar and in bad taste Growing Kiphofia Red hot poker plants prefer full sun and must be given adequate spacing to accommodate their mature size.