Knautia Melton Pastels is an easy to grow, clump forming herbaceous perennial. Melton Pastels form a mound of deep green, dissected and leaves from which rise stems bearing flattened, pincushion heads of flowers in shades of red, mauve, pink and salmon from early Summer through into the Autumn.
Knautia Thunder and Lightning is an attractive variegated form of this well known garden perennial. Knautia Thunder and Lightning has light green leaves with a creamy white margin, from these tall stems arise bearing raspberry red pin-cushion like flowers these combine with the foliage to make a stunning display from late Spring through till Autumn - butterflies love these flowers.
Kniphofia caulescens, commonly known as Red Hot Poker – A species that originated in South Africa. It forms a thick woody based stem with large blue grey leaves up to 1m long. Flowers are produced in late summer and are fat, coral-red turning yellow with age and producing a multi coloured spire.
Kniphofia Lemon 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. Dark green foliage gives rise to upright stems bearing masses of yellow flowers from June through till October which are attractive to butterflies and other pollinators.