Description: Anigozanthos rambubona has bright yellow flowers on strong upright, orange/red stem. The flower stems produce large numbers of blooms that hold their colour over several months. Expect peak flowering from spring to early summer, with a secondary flush in autumn.
Flowering: Anigozanthos rambubona is prolific flowering throughout the warmer months.
Position: Anigozanthos rambubona will do best in well drained, sunny location.
Uses: Anigozanthos rambubona is great plant for pots and garden and is used as a cut flower.
Anigozanthos rambubona is a perfect plant to grow in a container in a sunny spot.
Care: Remove old flowers stems and leaves as close possible to their base. Sprinkle a small handful of slow release fertiliser for Australian native plants around the base of the plant in autumn and again in spring. Keep the centre of the plant free of weeds as well as the dead leaves and flower stems of the Anigozanthos rambubona.
As a pot plant, water it only when the top of the potting mix has dried out.
Characteristics of Anigozanthos rambubona:
- full sun
- heat tolerant
- light frost tolerant
- drought tolerant
- height to 60cm
- width to 45cm
- pot flower
- garden plant
- cut flower