- Botanical Name:Kniphofia uvaria ‘Echo Rojo’
- Height:3 – 4 Feet
- Spacing:18-24 inches
- Depth:Plant so crown or top of the root ball is just below the soil surface.
- Spread:18 – 24 inches
- Light Required:Full Sun
- Color:Dark orange as they start to bloom and turn red as they mature.
- Blooms:Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, All Summer, Fall
- Flower Form:Dense racemes of single flowers held on erect and strong scapes. Reaches up to 4 inches tall and about 1.75 inches wide. Flowers open from base towards the apex, average of 5 days per flower.
- Soil Requirements:Well drained soil.
- Growth Rate:Moderate
- Pruning:Remove spent flower spikes to tidy up the plants after flowering.
- Foliage:Semi evergreen foliage
- Comments:Has excellent repeat bloom throughout the growing season.
It has an excellent repeat bloom throughout the growing season. Begins blooming in early summer. Southern Tough; drought, heat and humidity tolerant. Resists deer and rabbit damage. Grows 3–4′ tall. Potted. Zones 6–9.