Anigozanthos rufus x flavidus
PBR Name: Rambovour
Bush Endeavour has been chosen by Angus Stewart for the official Ramm Landscape range.
Bush Endeavour is known for its high disease tolerance, low maintenance characteristics and ability to withstand the harshest conditions. It has strong upright foliage and deep red flowers that attract an abundance of native and introduced wildlife. The plant will quickly cover up to a metre square of ground, so mass plantings are recommended to be planted at approximately 1m apart. An iconic Australian Native plant that will bring depth, colour and texture to any landscape.
Height to: 1.8m
Width to: 1m
Best planting time: March to October.
Flowering time: Spring to Summer.
Foliage: Upright, emerald green, clumping foliage.
Optimum planting requirements: For good ground coverage plant 1 plant per m2.
Optimum climatic zones: Best planted in cool or temperate areas, will require more maintenance in tropical or arid areas.
Uses: Feature Plant/Mass Plantings/Roadside
Soil Type: Prefers mildly acid - neutral soils. Well drained.
Care: Remove old or damaged flower stems and leaves. Apply a native slow release fertiliser in spring.
Open the attached information sheet for technical notes and further information or to print this information.
|Use||Roadside, Slopes/Embankments, Mass Plantings, Feature Plant|
|Optimum Position||Full Sun, Part Shade|
|Tolerant to:||Drought, Frost, Wind|
Anigozanthos Bush Endeavour Information
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