Kanga paw

"Kanga paw" Light Pink Kangaroo Paw Family: Haemodoraceae Genus: Anigozanthos Species: manglesii Tropicals and Tender Perennials. suitable for xeriscaping. Flowers are good for cutting. Suitable for growing in containers.

Great color contrast with water-wise plants

The WaterWise Garden Recognition Contest will promote attractive and water-efficient gardens in Santa Barbara County.

Lochiel Park - behind the fence. Kangaroo paws, grasses.

Lochiel Park - behind the fence. Can anyone identify the silver leafed shrubs and the taller green shrubs behind the kangaroo paws?

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Lush, Colorful, and Water-wise: An Impossible Dream?

Purple garden penstemons (Penstemon hybrids), pink Gaura lindheimeri, and red kangaroo paws (Anigozanthos ‘Big Red’) flank a dry streambed.

Birds love Australian natives like the Bush Pioneer variety of Kangaroo Paw.

You see Angiazanthos in reds, orange, yellow and pink. Birds love Australian natives like the Bush Pioneer variety of Kangaroo Paw.

The Australian Garden. Designing with Australian Plants • Australian Native Plants Nursery • Books • 800.701.6517

The Australian Garden. Designing with Australian Plants by Snape, Diana published by Garden Art Press, 2003 with 232 pages located in the Design section and avaliable from Australian Native Plants located in Ventura, CA

Big Roo Red Kangaroo Paw (Anigozanthos flavidus) All of the Big Roo's reach 6 feet tall. Kangaroo Paws are terrific drought tolerant and cut flower plants. It is important that they have full to part sun and well draining soil. Always plant your Kangaroo Paw so that the the root crown (where the roots meet the leaves) is at least 2 inches above the soil, and then add mulch for those last 2 inches. That way water can't collect around the root crown which can lead to disease.

This variety of Kangaroo Paw is called 'Big Roo Red'. All of the Big Roo's reach 6 feet tall. Kangaroo Paws are terrific drought tolerant a.

Kangaroo Paw from Australia  Protea cynaroides, the King Protea  Leucodendron  (Cambridge University Botanic Garden)

Kangaroo Paw from Australia Protea cynaroides, the King Protea Leucodendron (Cambridge University Botanic Garden)

New impressions of native flowers - Australian Geographic

"Flame Kangaroo Paw" Flame kangaroo paw (Anigoznathus rufus), Kings Park and Botanic Gardens, Western Australia.

Cordyline Festival Grass, red kangaroo paws, silvery groundcover is Helichrysum petiolare http://www.houzz.com/pro/deboracarl

Astounding Cordyline decorating ideas for Landscape Modern design ideas with Astounding aeonium zwartkop burgundy: Debra Carl Landscape Design

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