|Height:||45-60 cm (1.5-2 ft)|
|Flower Season:||late summer|
Kniphofia fibrosa Baker is a pale yellow poker with grasslike keeled leaves, erect, then bending in the middle and breaking into persistent fibres at the base. Buds are spreading and flowers hanging. The plants appear standing solitary on damp grassy slopes up to 2000 m in a scattered area in the eastern cape region and the Natal Midlands. This species flowers in late summer, January to March. Photos from Cameron McMaster.