A Not So Red Hot Poker

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This cool Kniphofia (red hot poker) is part of George Dillistone’s clever planting scheme at Castle Drogo in Devon. Planted amongst stronger yellow Heleniums and silver-blue Echinops, the towers of vanilla and ivory tubular flowers provide a sophisticated accent.

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Categories: Flowers, Perennials, Plants

Posted by The Frustrated Gardener

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