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Synonyms for Anigozanthus

genus of monocotyledonous plants with curious woolly flowers on sturdy stems above a fan of sword-shaped leaves

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Assortative pollination by red wattlebirds in a hybrid population of Anigozanthos Labill (Haemodoraceae).
Only one genus (Anigozanthos) has exclusively epidermal silica sand
lateritia (1993-2306), Anigozanthos flavida (HK 1983-4125), Aristea platycaulis (HK 1969-18097), Arthropodium cirrhatum (HK 1985-706), Bulbine semibarbata (HK 1969-19545), Calathea micans (HK 218-82-02023), Cordyline stricta (HK 1969-16416), Costus lucanusianus (HK 1963-4701 LKST), Cyrtanthus brachyscyphus (HK 19932925), Dianella ensifolia (HK 1964-34302), D.
The plasmodium is enclosed by a membrane (the perispore membrane; Tiwari & Gunning, 1986b) surrounding the tetrads or young free microspores as shown in Tradescantia, Anigozanthos, and Hypaxis [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURES 8, 15, 59 OMITTED].
Named Anigozanthos flavidus hybrids include 'Harmony Yellow', 'Red Cross', 'Regal Claw', and most plants in Bush Gem Series.
Nonstop flower factories, the new hybrid kangaroo paws (Anigozanthos) are rarely out of bloom.
PHOTO : Tall parent (Anigozanthos flavidus) can reach 6 to 8 feet; it's best in garden beds
Anigozanthos flavidus (shown above) is the easiest species to grow from seed, root divisions, or nursery plants.