Cutting back red hot poker leaves

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Terra Nova Nurseries has put out what they call a "Popsicle Series" of compact or "dwarf" red hot poker plants. As mentioned above, they include 'Pineapple Popsicle,' 'Mango Popsicle' and 'Redhot Popsicle.' The first produces yellow flowers on its flower stalks, while the second bears mango orange flowers. The third has what Terra Nova ...

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Cut back kniphofia foliage? — Forum | Hi All, I have several lovely specimens of toffee nosed kniphofia (red hot poker only cream coloured). Some of the foliage is brown and manky looking others while the rest is quite green and healthy looking. Does anyone know - do I cut all foliage back and how far or just painstakingly cut out the dead foliage only? Perennials forum: Kniphofia, Red Hot Poker- cut back in fall ...

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A. To clarify, the red hot poker flowers themselves can be removed after they fade (deadheading), but the leaves should not be cut back at that time. Red Hot Poker – Something not to grow, and bunnies ... » Red Hot Poker – Something not to grow, ... killed my red hot poker plants. I cut them down to ... November every year as long as I cut the spent flower stalks back. Cutting Down Perennials in the Fall - Penn State Extension

Bear's Breeches (Acanthus) –Cut back the leaves as they turn yellow and ... Red-Hot Poker (Kniphofia) – This one is also very sensitive to wet and can easily rot.

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Red Hot Poker – Something not to grow, and bunnies. | Backyard... » Red Hot Poker – Something not to grow, and bunnies. ,Backyard Gardening Blog , ... I think I just killed my red hot poker plants. I cut them down to 3 inches. Will they survive? Tamara Says: May 9th, 2013 at 11:29 am. ... Keep the spent flower stalks cut back, and the plant will put up new flower stalks. And the hummingbirds in my yard ... Cutting Down Perennials in the Fall - Penn State Extension Cutting Down Perennials in the Fall. ... (Agastache foeniculum), red-hot poker (Kniphofia uvaria), and Montauk daisy ... Remember to destroy, not compost, diseased stems and leaves. It is important to cut back hostas and remove all their leaves from the ground as soon as the frost takes them. Dead hosta leaves harbor slug eggs that will hatch ...