Red Hot Poker

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Comments (19)

Valmice Vieira on September 3, 2008

También tenemos en Brazil, todavía no lo sé el nombre. Saludos.

Great! It's so beautiful Dianne!!!! But I can't help you with this! Ι have never seen something similar!

Cheers, Kostas

Cal Kimola Brown on September 3, 2008

Is looks like a Red Hot Poker but more tropical. Very nice.

diannemcd on September 3, 2008

Thanks Cal, I have no idea but Helen is going to look up her flower book for me. Dianne

kamalyn on September 3, 2008

Hi Dianne - I agree with Cal on the Red Hot Poker plant (Kniphofia) . I tried some one year but it didn't do too well.

Jean Gregory Evans on September 3, 2008

Yes, Dianne, it is red hot poker. They are grown around here in yards but are not from USA. They are gorgeous!

Very nice photo!

Jean

diannemcd on September 3, 2008

hI Jean and Cal and Kamaly I have now looked this flower up on the Australian site and we apparently also call it Red Hot Poker, thank you all so much for your help, this is where Panoramio is so great, we are learning all the time about so many different places, plants, animals etc. etc. Thanks again, Dianne

gnarlysurferdude on September 3, 2008

It's my missing feather duster.

diannemcd on September 3, 2008

I am so pleased you have found it again, and you do go for nice bright colours. Isnt it bed time over there. Dianne

gnarlysurferdude on September 3, 2008

8:40pm. I'm not geriatric yet so I'll stay up and do some dusting. Guy.

gnarlysurferdude on September 3, 2008

Oops, I mean Gnarly, and where's my little maid outfit?

diannemcd on September 3, 2008

I guess it would be a little early just yet, you will need at least another 3 - 4 hrs. on P. You will have to find your own little maid outfit.....

kamalyn on September 3, 2008

at least he didn't exclaim that it was his missing Feather Boa!

Inspector H snaps on September 4, 2008

...yep D all correct a Kniphofia. It looks a bit similar also to Paul Strasser's aloe. Excellent pic D. beautifully lit. P tooo slow.

diannemcd on September 4, 2008

H, thanks, I knew you would know, D

Jean Gregory Evans on September 4, 2008

Dianne, I just uploaded a photo that I took back at the end of June. These flowers are probably the biggest bunch of Red Hot Pepperthat I have seen around here and they looked very healthy. They were growing at the water gardens near Franklin, NC.

Jean

Kathy Keener on October 14, 2008

OOOooo!

Sandro Salomon on February 28, 2009

Beautiful flower! Greetings from Brazil!

diannemcd on February 28, 2009

Thank you for your vitits, Jean, Kathy & sandrosalomon sorry Jean your commented in September, they seem to get lost sometimes. Cheers, Dianne

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on September 2, 2008
  • Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works
    by diannemcd
    • Camera: Panasonic DMC-FZ18
    • Taken on 2008/09/02 22:45:47
    • Exposure: 0.005s (1/200)
    • Focal Length: 15.40mm
    • F/Stop: f/4.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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