Red Hot Poker – Kniphofia
Taken at the Royal Botanic Gardens – Melbourne Australia.
These plants produce spikes of upright, brightly-colored, red-to-orange flowers. This gives names such as “torch” and “red hot poker” to many of them. The flowers produce copious nectar while blooming and may attract sap-suckers such as hummingbirds and New World orioles.
THE RAINBOW GROUP – 07/2011
Natures Paintbrush Group 03/07/2011
Gardens, Flowers, Trees, Shrubs & Plants – 07/2011
Flowers-Fruits, Berries & Vegetables Group 07/2011
Quality Art & Photography 07/2011
WINNER OF – ‘Amazing Autumn Colours’ in the group ‘Gardens, Flowers, Trees, Shrubs & Plants’ 07/2011
The World as we See it Group – 08/2011
Artists Universe – AUGUST 7th, 2011
Superbly Visual – 08/2011