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Association of Societies for Growing Australian Plants - Propagation by Division
... which form grass-like clumps. Apart from the grasses themselves, these include Kangaroo Paws (Anigozanthos, Macropidia) and lilies (eg. Patersonia, Orthrosanthus). Other candidates for division are plants that sucker and those ...

Association of Societies for Growing Australian Plants - Photo Gallery
... Lyperanthus suaveolens Brown beaks Photo: Jill Dark Lysiosepalum involucratum Macadamia integrifolia Macadamia Photo: Geoff Warn Macropidia fuliginosa Black kangaroo paw Macrozamia communis Fruit Macrozamia fawcettii Male cones Photo: Allan Harris Melaleuca ...
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Growing Native Plants Home Page
... Lechenaultia biloba Leptospermum macrocarpum Leptospermum rotundifolium Leptospermum spectabile Leptospermum squarrosum Leucochrysum albicans Lythrum salicaria M Macropidia fuliginosa Marsilea drummondii Melaleuca cuticularis Melaleuca elliptica Melaleuca exuvia Melaleuca fulgens Melaleuca incana Melaleuca lateritia ...

Kangaroo Paws - genus Anigozanthos
... 11 species. The closely related Black Kangaroo Paw is called Macropidia fulginosa. Where do they Occur? Anigozanthos and Macropidia occur naturally only in the southwest of Western Australia. They ... flowers are salmon-pink. A hardy plant with similar cultivation requirements to Anigozanthos flavidus. Macropidia fulginosa Black Kangaroo Paw This species should be cultivated in well-drained soils ...
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Seed Germination Database
... 55-65 Peaty S Keep compost moist. Lythrum HP 15-30 65-70 Peaty JC Macropidia GP 30-90 L 60-65 Peaty S See No. 5. Magnolia HT 120+ L ...

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