pulcherrimus x flavidus
PBR Name: Ramboneer
Bush Pioneer has been chosen by Angus Stewart for the official Ramm Landscape range.
Bush Pioneer is a hardy and reliable plant. It has been growing in the Ramm Botanicals gardens for years now and is still growing strong. It's tall stems and abundant flowers attract multitudes of native birds and bees to the area. Pioneer has superior disease tolerance to many diseases affecting kangaroo paws and at most will only require an annual cut back, which can even be performed with a whipper snipper. It's popularity amongst the Bush Gems Landscapers range has been recognised time and time again, its inclusion in the Ramm Landscape range came as no surprise.
Height: to 1.6m
Width: to 1.5m
Best planting time: March to October.
Flowering time: Spring through to Summer.
Foliage: Clean, green strappy foliage.
Optimum planting requirements: Recommended spacing of 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 5.0-7.0.
Care: Water in while establishing then cut back to the ground annually (to maintain vigor and promote new growth).
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, Sandy Soils|
Anigozanthos Bush Pioneer Information
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