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Australian Native Plants, located in Ventura, CA, is a leader in ornamental trees and shrubs for Mediterranean gardens. Shop the online store or come visit us (by appointment only).
Anigozanthos 'Tequila Sunrise'


Kangaroo Paw Perennial tufted plants with strap-like leaves and tall bright orange stems. Suitable for full sun or partial shade positions, coastal or inland. Prefers summer watering around Ojai. Damaged by frost but foliage can be cut back in spring for flowering in summer. Sometimes attacked by fungus known as ink disease which is an inky-black spotting on the leaves. This usually occurs in cool moist situations.  To avoid this keep plants vigorous & healthy.   Kangaroo Paws are excellent cut flowers and great container plants. Some of the cultivars available: A. 'Pink Joey', A. 'Yellow Gem', A. 'Regal Claw', A. Big Red' A. Tequila Sunrise, A. Blood Red, A. Red Jumper, A. Yellow Jumper. Many dwarf forms now available e.g. A. 'Bush Ranger',A. 'Bush Ember' , A. 'Pink Beauty'


Biological Name: Anigozanthos 'Tequila Sunrise'
Common Name: Cultivar
Flower Color: Red
Flower Time: Spring-summer
Height: 3'
Width: 3'
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Availability ...
1 Gallon: $12.00
2 Gallon: not available
5 Gallon: backordered
15 Gallon: not available
Mail Order Plant (online only): $45.00add to cart
Seeds (online only): not available
Propagation Information: Kangaroo Paws are mostly grown by Tissue Culture. However, seed of Anigozanthos flavidus of various colours is available and germinates readily. The seed must be drenched with a fungicide to prevent "Damping Off".



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