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(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 flavidus (BUSH SERIES) photo by: John Rickard

John Rickard

(Kangaroo Paws)

The hybrid perennials in the Bush Series are profusely flowering evergreens from Australian parents, Anigozanthos humilis and A. flavidus. In late spring and summer, tall, stems, branched near the top, arise with curiously interesting flowers. Tube-shaped and slghtly fuzzy, their colors range across the warm hues. Flowering can continue from spring into fall, or year round in ideal conditions.

Kangaroo paws should be planted in a moist but well-drained soil that is kept drier...

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Forest & Kim Starr

(Sugar Apple)

This is a small, tropical semi-deciduous tree, named and grown for its unusual, delicious fruits called sugar apples, sweetsops or custard apples. They have a thick rind divided into knobby segments that separate when the fruit ripens to reveal conical, creamy-white segments of sweet, fragrant flesh, some containing a single seed. The flowers are fragrant and bloom on the branch tips singly or in clusters of two to four. Never fully open, they are yellow-green on the outside and pale yellow on the...

Image of Ansellia africana photo by: Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(African Ansellia, Leopard Orchid)

A magnificent large orchid with spotted flowers in late spring and summer, leopard orchid also has a white root mass that forms a bucket-like clump that naturally vegetates treetops. A cold-tender evergreen from the drier forests across all of tropical sub-Saharan Africa, from the coastal plains to interior highlands, it is varies widely in flower color.

The giant plant produces many cane-like noded pseudobulbs that carry six to seven strap-like green leaves. From late spring to summer, each...

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James H. Schutte

(Anthurium)

The Red Hot™ hybrid Anthurium produces loads of glossy red flowers through the year above uniform, upright plants with large, heart-shaped green leaves. It was developed by Oglesby Plants International, Inc. in Altha, Florida for the commercial houseplant, interiorscape and tropical landscape markets.

This clump-forming plant has large, spade-shaped leaves that are pleasingly glossy. Like most Anthurium, its leaves tend to shift to track the sun, which is an interesting feature....

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Anthurium)

The Pacora™ hybrid Anthurium has large, heart-shaped green leaves, a uniform, well-branched habit and produces loads of glossy red flowers through the year. It was developed by Oglesby Plants International, Inc. in Altha, Florida for the commercial houseplant, interiorscape and tropical landscape markets. It was bred as a cross between Anthurium 'Ruth Morat' and an unnamed Anthurium andreanum seedling.

This clump-forming plant has thick, heart-shaped leaves that are...

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Mark A. Miller

(Anthurium)

Anthurium is a large genus of more than 700 species and many more cultivated varieties. These are naturally distributed across the warm, humid, tropical regions of Mexico south to Brazil and Ecuador. Desirable species were brought to Hawaii late in the 1800’s where they are now a significant horticultural crop. Most varieties in commercial production are hybrids that are favored as houseplants, conservatory specimens and container or bedding plants where growing conditions are favorable....

Image of Anthurium (PINK PASSION) PPAF photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Anthurium)

The disease resistant Pink Passion Anthurium bears remarkable pink flowers above pretty heart-shaped, deep green leaves. The flowers appear throughout the year on tidy, uniform plants. This hybrid was developed by Oglesby Plants International, Inc. in Altha, Florida for the commercial houseplant, interiorscape and tropical landscape markets.

This clump-forming plant has thick, heart-shaped leaves that are pleasingly glossy. The showy flowers are produced throughout the year as long...

Image of Anthurium (PIZZAZZ) PPAF photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Anthurium)

The disease resistant Pizzazz Anthurium is pleasingly uniform and bears lots of small bright red flowers above pretty spade-shaped, deep green leaves. This hybrid was developed by Oglesby Plants International, Inc. in Altha, Florida for the commercial houseplant, interiorscape and tropical landscape markets.

This clump-forming plant has thick, heart-shaped leaves that are pleasingly glossy. The showy flowers are produced throughout the year as long as growing conditions remain favorable....