Kniphofia x linearifolia 'Scorched Corn' - NEW
Common Name Torch lily or poker
Description Scorched Corn is a sublime dwarf clumping perennial form of torch lily or poker. The architectural foliage provides year round interest, flowers making a bold statement throughout the summer and autumn months. Waterwise
Flowers - Flowering on a tall stem, starting as a burnt orange & fading to beige, then cream as they age.
Size Grows to 50cm tall to 60cm wide.
Use This versatile clumping plant is great in mixed garden beds, large pots, mass plantings and for architectural character.
Position Full sun in well drained soil.
Maintenance Very hardy plant tolerates drought, frost, coastal and heat.
At a Glance
- Frost & Heat hardy
- Architectural foliage
- Easy to grow