Anigozanthos Bush Elegance
PBR Name: Rambueleg
Bush Elegance has a naturally well-branched habit and can produce up to ten large, deep burgundy flower heads on each stem.
Anigozanthos Bush Gems are a spectacular, versatile range of water-saving, easy care plants. These varieties offer spectacular colour, profuse flowering and a range of heights and exceptional quality. As a potted feature plant or en-masse in the garden, Bush Gems add interest to all garden styles.
|Brand||Bush Gems Kangaroo Paw|
|Flowering Period||Summer, Spring|
|Maintenance||Plant in full or part sun position with well drained soils. If drainage is poor, such as in most clay soils, break down the clay with gypsum or build up the bed to provide good drainage. Cut old flowering stems back to their base to tidy up the plant and encourage repeat flowering. Remove any dead stems from the base of the shoot. New shoots will appear from underground rhizomes. Older plants will benefit by the annual removal of any damaged leaves. Protect from heavy frost.|
|Fertiliser||Anigozanthos are not especially phosphorus sensitive, so you needn’t necessarily have to use a native plant fertiliser. Feed in autumn and spring with controlled release fertiliser to promote good plant health.|
|Watering||Anigozanthos are very drought hardy, however, extra irrigation at the time of flower bud formation will benefit flowering performance. It’s best to keep the plant moist in dry conditions to encourage new growth, especially when planted in pots.|
|Pest & Diseases||Snails and slugs are the most common pest. See your plant stockist for products to control them. Anigozanthos can be affected by rust or ink spot disease. The latter can be caused by pests which damage plant tissue. Anigozanthos naturally exude an inky fluid in response. Remove any badly affected leaves.|
|Climate Zone||3, 4|
|Tolerances||Salt Tolerant (Coastal), Drought Tolerant, Light Frost Tolerant|
|Use||Cut Flower, Garden, Native, Pots & Tubs|
|Unauthorised commercial propagation or any sale, conditioning, export, import or stocking of propagating material of this variety is an infingement under the Plant Breeders Rights Act, 1994.|