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San Roque Family Compound ⋆ Grace Design Associates Blog
This family needed more than landscapers who just plotted places for plants; they needed a vision for what life could be in the exterior space around their newly remodeled home.
Flowering perennials include some of our most colorful and exciting garden plants. Most grow very quickly and reward us with bold and intense flower and foliage colors, while others have striking shapes and wildlife value. Some of these perennials can live for many years; others are best replaced after 3-5 years to keep young and vigorous plants in the garden. More than 60 flowering perennials are included in this list that grow in a variety of soil, sun and moisture conditions.
Anigozanthos Orange Cross - kangaroo paw
Tall flower spikes to 2m make for a terrific feature plant. Plant in free draining soil as a feature, border or mass display where the burnt orange flowers can really shine out.
How to grow Australian native flowers
The most commonly loved Australian native flowers include waratahs, banksias and gum blossoms, kangaroo paws and Christmas bush. Here, Horticulturalist Meredith Kirton reveals how to grow Australian natives in your own backyard.
Bush Tenacity Kangaroo Paw
A profusion of velvety yellow blooms on upright, red-haired stems that rise above clumps of green sword-like foliage. A compact gem that will provide months of dynamic, carefree color for waterwise gardens. Ideal for smaller beds and patio containers. Spectacular planted en masse. Remove spent bloom stems to encourage rebloom. An herbaceous perennial.
How to Prune Kangaroo Paws
Kangaroo paws are an eye-catching plant native to Australia. They are known for their sword-shaped leaves and fuzzy, colorful flowers. They grow the healthiest in hardiness zones 9-11. You can prune both potted kangaroo plants and plants...