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Anigozanthos rufus – cultivated. Perennial with long, mid-green, lance-shaped leaves. Burgundy, woolly flowers are borne on broad panicles with lobes that are not reflexed. Water lightly in the winter, prefers a mix with lots of peat moss and some sand. Can be outdoors in the summer or warm climates. (info www.backyardgardener)
Plant found in Kings Park Perth, also growing in my garden

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red kangaroo paw, kangaroo paw, western australia, kings park perth, kings park, perth, kalaryder, red

I live in beautiful Western Australia, where we are lucky to a wonderful diversity of wildflowers, many of which appear in my portfolio.

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  • AnnDixon
    AnnDixonalmost 3 years ago

    BEAUTIFUL work,
    .

  • Thank you Ann

    – kalaryder

  • captivate
    captivatealmost 3 years ago

    Not an easy plant to photograph, but this image shows the essence of this particular flower!
    Very nice! :)

  • Thank you. They are rather lovely plants

    – kalaryder

  • Fred Mitchell
    Fred Mitchellalmost 3 years ago

    Great texture of those red tubes.

  • Thank you. I have these growing in my garden also.

    – kalaryder

  • vigor
    vigoralmost 3 years ago

    Great job on the textures, very interesting plant!

  • Thank you

    – kalaryder

  • Lozzar Flowers & Art
    Lozzar Flowers...almost 3 years ago

    Amazing detail and capture.

  • Thank you Lorraine

    – kalaryder

  • Anny Arden
    Anny Ardenover 2 years ago

    They are such beautiful plants! I am trying to grow some in my garden, but, unfortunately, they don’t seem to be very happy in Queensland climate. At least, I managed to take a few nice photos of kangaroo paws, one of them is going to be the cover for my Native Plants calendar for the next year. :)

  • Mine are in bloom in the garden, we are by the coast and in a lot of sand. They suffered badly last year with the heat though.

    – kalaryder

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