Costs and Returns for Kangaroo Paw in Central Australia Kangaroo Paw is a perennial crop which generally does not produce a marketable crop until its second year. The costs and returns information given here are the establishment costs and an … Continued
Australian Wildflowers observed overseas – Kangaroo Paw As with the majority of other cut flower crops in Israel, kangaroo paws are grown for winter-spring flowering to fit in with the export season.
Toward the domestication of Kangaroo Paws Until very recently the history of Kangaroo Paws in cultivation has been one of repeated but largely unsuccessful attempts to cultivate wild species. Only one of twelve such species has provided hardy long-lived plants … Continued
Bush Gems Fact Sheet Bush Gems™ hybrid kangaroo paws growing information.
Anigozanthos flavidus Recently, vertical perennials such as Equisetum hyemale and Anigozanthus flavidus with their peculiarly primitive structure are garnering attention as society grows in its horticultural sophistication. It seems that everything ancient is new again.
Alternaria alternata as a Causal Organism of Ink Spot Disease of Anigozanthos spp in WA Ink spot disease has limited the production of certain species of kangaroo Paw, especially A. manglesii D. Don. The Drechslera iridis (Oud.) M.B. Ellis has … Continued
A fertile Tetraploid Anigozanthos Hybrid Produced by in Vitro Colchicine Treatment Kangaroo paw is a new cut flower crop native to Australia. There are several interspecific hybrids with improved flower colours, heat tolerance, and growth habit. These hybrids are sterile … Continued
Mechanism of chemical root pruning in Kangaroo Paw During the eight-week experimental period. heavy metals were slowly released into the media water, the amounts were low and below water quality guidelines. The moderate effects of Co in affecting mitosis and … Continued
Flower Colour is only pigment steeped Colour is probably what strikes us first – even before shape and fragrance – when we look at a flower, and the rich colour of many Australian wildflowers is their strong selling point.
Kangaroo Paws Tamed for Home and Abroad The Kangaroo Paw is a good illustration of a wild species that displays considerable potential as a garden plant, as containerised flowering plants and as subjects for cut flower production.