- Flower nameRed-and-Green Kangaroo-paw
- Scientific nameAnigozanthos manglesii
- AliasRed-and-Green Kangaroo-paw, Kangaroo paw, Anigozanthos manglesii
- Place of originSouthwestern Australia
- Place of floweringGarden, Cut flowers, flower arrangement, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonApril, May, June, December
- Language of flowerspossibility
What is Red-and-Green Kangaroo-paw
Red-and-Green Kangaroo-paw (Scientific name: Anigozanthos manglesii) is a perennial grass (bulb) of the family Haemodorum native to the southwestern part of Australia.
A velvet-like flower blooms in a unique form like Kangaroo's paw, giving an elongated sharp leaf resembling a Iris japonica. The genus name "Anigozanthos" means Latin for "anoigo (open) + anthos (flower)". Flowering period blooms annually , and mainly from April to June and in December. It is used for preserved flower, dry flower, flower arrangement, flower arrangement of flower arrangement. The flower language is "possibility" or "wonder" and so on..
Generic name: Red-and-Green Kangaroo-paw, Scientific name: Anigozanthos manglesii, Also known as Anigozanthos, Australian Suedolly, Origin: Australia South Western part, environment: coastal sandy lands, wet mountainous regions, plant length: 20 to 100 cm, leaf shape: sword-like, leafy: hard cortical, leaf shape: all edges, flower: dual-flower and dense hair, inflorescence Flower color: red, yellow, orange, peach, green, flower size: 3 to 8 cm, flower attachment method: about 10 at the stem tip, flowering period: Anniversary centered around June and December, uses: preserved flower, dried flowers, remarks: red rhizomes were edible in the country of origin.