Kangaroo paws 10 Mixed Plants Pack Anigozanthos 3-5 Types Paw Native Garden
10 Kangaroo paws (Works out at $3.40 per plant)
Australian native plants that are hardy and quite fast once established
As can be seen above and around this listing: Their flowers resemble kangaroo paws
They are a hardy species with many leaf and flower forms/ colours
Kangaroo paws do not like to much watering.
Underground rhizomes store water and nutrients.
This allows them tolerate long perionds of dry, and is why it is recognised for its drought tolerance
Native to Western Australia
Will tolerate some humidity but not really suited for the tropics
We have at least 4-5 varieties of kangaroo paws in stock.
The colors we normally have on a regular basis are:
And usually at least one variety that is a mixture of the above.
This listing is for a random mix of 3 types of kangaroo paws
If you want a specific selection of kangaroo paws, please email us before purchasing this listing to confirm varieties that are available as we sell a huge amount of plants and stock moves quickly.
Below is details of some of the varieties we often have in stock
Regal Claw Kangaroo Paw.
A cross between Anigozanthos. preissii and A.flavidus, this variety will grow leaves approximatly 25cm long with flower clusters of up to 40cm on stems that will rise up to 2.5 metres in height.
They are hardy and will give you the best flowers when grown in a sunny position.
Water them regularly for optimum growth
Tall Green Flowering Kangaroo Paws. These ones are presently 14-17cm tall.
The plants mature at around 40cm tall whilst the flower-stalks can grow to 2 m tall on the tall green variety
A red form that reaches 30-40cm tall
Bush Dawn or Haze
A yellow flowering variety that reaches around 30-40cm in height.
A dwarf red and green flowering variety that reaches around 30-40cm in height.
A red and green flowering variety
Shorter form with red and green flowers
Dwarf form with red and green flowers
We normally other varieties available as well.
If you need a specific variety, please email us and we let you know which varieties we actually currently have in stock.