Surely Billy Crystal's more handsome brother, this gorgeous coral-pink paw positively glows through spring and summer - the breeder calls the flowers "iridescent". Usally branching, growing wider than tall, which makes it great value for filling up a native border or mixing with taller skinny plants.
Anigozanthos x hybrid 'Bush Crystal' - kangaroo paw DESCRIPTION: Lowgrowing, wide branching kangaroo paw with deep green leaves and dense fans of crimson-coral-pink flowers, yellow inside, from spring to autumn. USES: Plant as a feature in pots or use as a bordering plant in native gardens. Tolerant of drought once established. The flowers are nectar rich and bird attracting, popular used in cut flower arrangements. PLANTING: Plant in light free-draining soil in a full sun frost-free location with plenty of air. CARE: For best flowering display remove the first flower spike to help stimulate new flower buds. Prune spent flowers and dead foliage regularly and this plant will reward your efforts. HEIGHT & WIDTH: 50 cm H x 80 cm W. YOUR PLANTS: These plants are tubestock plants with healthy young roots that will establish quickly in your garden. The pot size is 80mm high and 42 mm wide.