Kniphofia Burchelli - Introduced by Mr Burchell from the Cape, is a distinct and beautiful plant with a purple-spotted stem and bright green leaves, firm in texture, 2 to 3 feet long, which taper gradually to the apex.
Kniphofia Comosa - Seems closely allied to K. pumila, and has a peculiar appearance with its long protruding style and anthers.
Kniphofia Foliosa - Almost the counterpart of K. caulescens, but it has distinct stems, being also one of the most robust of all the Kniphofias, and easily distinguished by its broadish leaves and its protruding stamens.
Kniphofia Leichtlini - Native of Abyssinia, and requires winter protection even in the south of England.
Kniphofia Northiae - This is most nearly allied to K. caulescens, but its leaves are much broader, are not keeled, and are serrulate on the margins.