The "Green" cultivar of Kangaroo Paw (Anigozanthos flavidus) captivates with its greenish-yellow flowers that can enchant your garden year-round. A drought-hardy perennial herbaceous plant, native to Western Australia, "Green" flavidus thrives both in the ground and in pots. If planted in sandy soil, enriching with organic matter will enhance growth. Full sun and well-drained soil are its preferred conditions.
For fresh and appealing growth, prune "Green" flavidus hard to the ground in early Djeran (Autumn). A native plant fertiliser applied during Djilba (late Winter to early Spring) and Djeran (Autumn) will promote a flourishing plant. The unusual greenish-yellow blooms and ease of care make "Green" flavidus a fascinating and distinctive choice for garden lovers, adding a unique twist to any outdoor space.
|Anigozanthos flavidus hybrid
|2 - 3 M
|1 - 2 M
|Plant in sandy/loamy soil enriched with aged compost/soil conditioner. Sensitive to fresh manures. Can be planted in a pot/container in a native potting mix.
|Water moderately through hot weather for best results. Once established, will only require hand-watering in cool weather during long periods of drought.
|Djilba - Bunuru (Early Spring to Late Summer), can also flower during Djeran (Autumn)
|Moderately toxic to dogs if ingested. Mildly toxic to other pets and humans if ingested.
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