With a red inflorescence capping a 4 ft. stem, Torch Lily actually looks a bit like a torch. Clusters of tiny, drooping, tubular flowers form long, graceful spikes that are supported by tall, sturdy stems. The foliage is also quite dramatic, composed of gray-green, sword-shaped, 3 ft. L leaves. Hummingbirds are attracted to the torch's big, ruddy flower clusters.
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