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Image of Angelonia angustifolia (SERENA™ SERIES) photo by: Environmental Horticulture Dept. University of Florida

Environmental Horticulture Dept. University of Florida

(Narrowleaf Angelon, Serena™ Angelonia, Summer Snapdragon)

Angelonia or summer snapdragon is a tender perennial native to Mexico and the West Indies which is often planted as an annual. The dark green leaves are lance-shaped and evergreen only in frost-free zones. Tall spikes of tubular, two-lipped, snapdragon-like flowers appear throughout the growing season. The ‘Serena’ series plants are compact, branch freely, and produce and abundance of sturdy flower spikes which rarely need staking. The colors available include ‘Serena White,’ ‘Serena Purple,’ ‘Serena...

Image of Anigozanthos photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Kangaroo Paws)

Talk about fuzzy, funky flowers! Anigozanthos has 11 species that exist across the southwestern reaches of Australia in many habitats from sandy and dry to cool and wet. In recent years these have become horticultural superstars, grown as ornamental plants and cut flowers, so there are many new cultivars hitting the market each year.

These tender perennial herbs grow directly from iris-like thickened rhizomes (underground lateral stems). They spread slowly to form neat clumps. The...

Image of Anigozanthos flavidus photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Kangaroo Paws)

The tall kangaroo paw is an evergreen clump-forming perennial native to the far southwestern region of Western Australia. In late spring and summer clumps of strap-like green foliage give rise to tall, leafless, broadly branched stems topped with clusters of unusual flowers. These tubular blooms are slightly fuzzy and range in color from yellow-green to maroon and brown. Some cultivars even have orange or pink blooms.

Kangaroo paw should be planted in full to partial sun and evenly moist soil...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Bush Spark Kangaroo Paws, Kangaroo Paws)

Showy and long-blooming, 'Bush Spark' is an evergreen perennial hybridized from parents native to extreme southwestern Australia. It grows as a low fountain of tapering leaves from which emerge tall branched stems topped with clusters of tube-shaped red flowers that open at their tips, revealing that the inside of the tube is chartreuse. Flowering begins in spring and can continue into fall, or year round in ideal conditions.

Like other selections in the Bush series, 'Bush Spark' should be planted...

(Bush Bonanza Kangaroo Paws, Kangaroo Paws)

The Bush Bonanza kangaroo paw, 'Rambubona,'is a tightly clumping, long-blooming evergreen perennial, hybridized from parents native to extreme southwestern Western Australia. In mid-spring through summer, and even year round in ideal conditions, it freely produces flowers on well-branched stems above its upright, strap-like leaves. These floral tubes are a cheerfully bright yellow.

This selection,'Rambubona,' should be planted in a moist but well-drained soil that is kept drier in summer and fall....

(Bush Dance Kangaroo Paws, Kangaroo Paws)

One of several kangaroo paws in the Bush series, Bush Dance ('Rambudan') is a long-blooming evergreen perennial hybridized from parents native to extreme southwestern Western Australia. In mid-spring through summer, it freely produces flowers on tall, well-branched stems above a clump of upright, strap-like leaves. The flowers are tube-shaped and red with green interiors. They appear in fan-like clusters.

This cultivar should be planted in a moist but well-drained soil that is kept drier in summer...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Bush Elegance Kangaroo Paws, Kangaroo Paws)

A free-flowering evergreen perennial, Bush Elegance kangaroo paw was hybridized from parents native to extreme southwestern Western Australia. In mid-spring through summer, and year-round in ideal conditions, it flowers on tall, well-branched stems above a clump of upright, strap-like leaves. The flowers appear in fan-like clusters and are tube-shaped, reddish-purple on the outside and green on the inside.

This cultivar, also known as 'Rambueleg,' should be planted in a moist but well-drained...

(Bush Dawn Kangaroo Paws, Kangaroo Paws)

The Bush Dawn kangaroo paw is a long-blooming hybrid perennial with eye-catching flowers for warm climates or containers. From late-spring into fall, even year-round in favorable conditions, it blooms on upright, fuzzy stems above its base of evergreen strap-like leaves. Appearing in fan-like clusters, the flowers are slightly curved tubes colored yellow

Descended from parents native to extreme southwestern Western Australia, 'Bush Dawn' should be planted in a moist but well-drained soil that...

Image of Anigozanthos flavidus (BUSH PEARL, BUSH SERIES) photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Bush Pearl Kangaroo Paws, Kangaroo Paws)

The Bush Pearl kangaroo paw is a long-blooming hybrid perennial with eye-catching flowers for warm climates or containers. From late-spring into fall, even year-round in favorable conditions, it blooms on upright, fuzzy stems above its base of evergreen strap-like leaves. Appearing in fan-like clusters, the flowers are slightly curved tubes colored a sweet pink with occasional highlights of a deeper violet-pink.

Descended from parents native to extreme southwestern Western Australia, 'Bush Pearl'...

Image of Anigozanthos manglesii photo by: Wikipedia Commons

Wikipedia Commons

(Mangles' Kangaroo Paw, Red and Green Kangaroo Paw)

This dainty strap-leaf perennial from the Australian bush offers a truly exotic flower for small gardens. The red and green kangaroo paw is the floral emblem of Western Australia where it grows on the floor of eucalyptus forests. Demanding extremely well-drained, moist sandy soils, it may be grown at slightly elevated locations with heavier soils. Do not group it with desert plants as it cannot withstand extreme low desert heat.

The long, grayish green, iris-like leaves produce clumps that...