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Anigozanthos.....kangaroo paw.!!


Anigozanthos.....kangaroo paw.!! (Anigozanthos flavidus (Tall kangaroo paw))

Looking forward to growing this one!!



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That's pretty and made me think of the shampoo my daughter used to use!

18 Mar, 2017

 

Oh really!!

18 Mar, 2017

 

Yes, Aussie K P shampoo. Had a wonderful scent ...

19 Mar, 2017

amy
Amy
 

Very pretty , Shirley You've been sniffing the flowers on comp. screen haven't you ,I tried but couldn't get the shampoo scent Lol ...

19 Mar, 2017

 

Ha ha Amy ... wouldn't "smelly vision" be great for some things?!!

19 Mar, 2017

 

Oh right.....I wonder if these flowers will have a perfume?

19 Mar, 2017

 

What great flowers! Will you put that outside for the summer then A?

19 Mar, 2017

 

Most unusual, very pretty.

19 Mar, 2017

 

It looks very healthy. It grow everywhere here. Some varieties have flower spikes over 6' (2 m) tall in shades, of yellow, pink, red, pink and orange. What's nice about this plant is that it blooms all year.

20 Mar, 2017

 

I will put it outside in the Summer months.K......HB it is unusual, that is what attracted me to it!!
Delonix it would be fantastic if it had flower spikes that tall, really looking forward to giving it a go!!

20 Mar, 2017

 

It's an extremely easy plant to grow. Just put into the ground and forget about it. That's what most people do here, anyway. :>))

They're super drought-tolerant. They don't get any rain here for 8 to 9 months and they look great!

20 Mar, 2017

 

Must make sure it is in freedraining compost!

22 Mar, 2017

 

Most likely. I know It's native to the dry areas of Australia, which have a similar climate to California.

22 Mar, 2017



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This photo is of "Anigozanthos flavidus x rufus group.. orange" in Dottydaisy2's garden

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