Anigozanthos Landscape Pink

A tall and tough ‘Gardening With Angus’ kangaroo paw with  long stems of pink flowers

Designed for landscape use and permanent garden plantings as part of the ‘Gardening With Angus’ range, this versatile tall kangaroo paw will light up the landscape with its great pink flowers in Spring and Summer.

‘Landscape Pink’ has been selected for its longevity, low maintenance requirements, and improved resistance to drought, pests and diseases such as black spot and rust.

‘Landscape Pink’ was created to fill the need for a tough and reliable kangaroo paw that will perform well long term, and will thrive all year round with just a once yearly pruning and feeding, making it perfect for landscapers as well as gardeners!


‘Landscape Pink’ is an extremely tough tall variety with mid green sword like foliage growing in a cluster up to 1m wide and vibrant pink flowers. Flowers prolifically once a year atop a well branched flower stem up to 2m high throughout late spring and summer.


•Attracts Wildlife

Kangaroo paws are excellent for attracting birds, as their abundant nectar provides a feast for native birds including honeyeaters, wattle-birds and spinebills. The tubular flowers also attract butterflies and bees.

•Perfect Landscape Plant

Bred for toughness, longevity and beauty ‘Landscape Pink’ represents all the best qualities of Australian native plants and has been created to fill the demand for a reliable kangaroo paw for permanent plantings and landscaping.

•Spectacular Native Flower

The unique appeal of the vibrant pink creates a gorgeous display in the landscape or home garden, and this iconic native also makes a great cut flower. Extra flowers can appear at the lower stem junctions, giving a second blooming period.


Landscape and Garden

‘Landscape Pink’ is an exceptional landscape plant. This is a tough, low maintenance kangaroo paw that will perform reliably for years. ‘Pink’ is also great for permanent home garden plantings and large pots or containers.

•The lush evergreen foliage and stunning flowers make it a spectacular feature plant, it is also fantastic for mass plantings where the floral display will really make an impact.

•Makes a great backdrop planting or mixed planting with other varieties of Kangaroo Paw and popular native grasses to add colour and depth to Native garden designs.

•Full Sun is best though they will also do well in partial shade. Flowering may be slightly less with more shade, but it tends to make the flower colour more intense,

•Drought tolerant once the plant is established

•Frost tolerant to light frosts. If there is leaf damage from heavy frost, wait until all frost are over and cut back the plant hard to the ground, and it will reshoot from the underground rhizhome

•Soil – Good drainage is necessary. Adding a small amount of organic matter to the soil will encourage strong healthy growth.

•Low maintenance- Once yearly pruning is important to keep plants looking healthy, they will thrive long term if maintained in this way.


•Tall Kangaroo Paws respond very well to a hard pruning once a year after flowering has finished at the end of Summer. Cutting back hard at this point will encourage healthy new shoots to grow which will bear the next year’s flowers, as each fan of leaves supports just one flower stem and will begin to die back after the flowers have completely finished.

Kangaroo Paws should be cut back right to ground level, removing all old foliage and flowers. This can be done with secateurs or even a lawnmower for larger patches!

•Larger plants will respond well to being lifted and divided every three years or so, this will renew the plant.

•Fertilize after cutting back with a generous handful of general purpose or Native fertilizer. Either can be used as the tall Kangaroo Paws are not overly sensitive to Phosphorus. Repeat in Spring during their growing season for spectacular results.

•Extended flowering can be encouraged by watering the plant well throughout the growing season, particularly when flower buds are forming. Though they are drought tolerant they will respond best if watered well during early Spring and Summer, which helps to maintain the longevity of the blooms. Water well when establishing and apply mulch after planting.

Hint from Angus-

A handy tip to prolong the flowering season of the taller kangaroo paws is to cut the top half of the flower stem (cut off just above the lower flower buds on the stem as soon as the first flower opens) and use it indoors as a cut flower.

This encourages the dormant flower buds that remain on the bottom half of the flower stem to grow into side branches that will extend the flowering period (usually from late spring to mid-summer) by up to a month or two.

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Read more about growing kangaroo paws

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