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40 cm 12 cm

Anigozanthos Beauty

The Anigozanthos is a plant native to Australia. The Anigozanthos, better known as the Kangaroo Paw, is even the national symbol of Australia. The Anigozanthos is a plant from a dry and warm climate, but this plant also works well indoors.
Anigozanthos
Type
Anigozanthos
Height (incl. pot):
± 40 cm
Pot ⌀:
12 cm
Availability:
Available

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Article number:
BP-ANI B Red
EAN:
8720079272840  
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Anigozanthos

Origin

The origin of the Anigozanthos comes from Australia. The Anigozanthos just grows there in the wild. The Anigozanthos comes from the small family of the Haemodoraceae. In the Netherlands this plant is known as the kangaroo leg. There are very many varieties that distinguish themselves primarily by the different colors.

Watering

The water requirement is not that great. Keep the root ball very slightly moist and water to ensure that about once a week. Less often in winter.

Spraying

Do not or hardly spray the Anigozanthos. The Anigozanthos comes from a warm and dry climate.

Location

Place the Anigozanthos in a warm and sunny place. In a place that is too dark, it will not flower and will lose the plant. In the summer he can also stand outside, but get him back in time, because he abhors cold.

Minimum temperature

20 ° C during the day

18 ° C at night

Nutrition

Give the Anigozanthos during the spring and early summer every 2 weeks some plant food during the pouring.

Repotting

Given his dislike of too much water in the pot, it is useful to add some sand to the potting soil when repotting. Then the drainage is better. Do this once every 2 years (preferably in the spring) and, if necessary, also provide him with a larger pot size.

Pruning

No pruning is necessary; remove brown leaves all year round to avoid rotting, cut off dead branches. The flowers have a long shelf life and are also suitable as cut flowers.

Diseases

The plant can be affected by the ink spot disease. The attack is caused by a fungus and initially manifests itself with black spots on the leaves, which quickly turn black and the leaves die off. If a copper-containing agent (copper oxychloride) is not sprayed in time, chances are that the root system will also be affected. Remove affected sheets as quickly as possible. A place in the full sun in a sheltered and dry place is best to prevent the damage. Many of the new cultural varieties are highly resistant to ink spot disease.
Snails are big fans of the leaf of a kangaroo leg. Remove the snails as quickly as possible and sprinkle an anti-snail remedy.

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