Kangaroo Paw

Anigozanthos is a small genus of Australian plants in the bloodwort family Haemodoraceae, commonly known as Kangaroo Paws. They are an iconic Australian native and feature unique flowers shaped like a kangaroo’s paw, which is where they get their name from. The most well known Kangaroo Paw would be the red and green variety that is the floral emblem of Western Australia.

Over the years breeding programs have developed many cultivars of different and beautiful colours. All of our breeding programs focus on developing new colour breaks, better form, disease resistance, cold tolerance and greater productivity in tissue culture and nursery production.

Explore our collections below for more information on these very beautiful and distinctive native plants. 

Bush Gems Collection

The Bush Gems collection is the Ramm Botanicals flagship brand – these varieties are the most popular Kangaroo Paw in the market and can be found across Australia and around the world.

The Bush Gems Collection is the result of a collaborative breeding program between Angus Stewart and Ramm Botanicals own in house breeding program. This program started way back in the 1970’s and has evolved to include many new and interesting varieties.

Tall ‘n Tough Collection

Angus Stewart bred ‘Tall and Tough’ Anigozanthos are a spectacular, versatile range of water-saving, easy care Kangaroo Paw. These varieties offer spectacular colour, profuse flowering and a range of heights and exceptional quality.


These Landscape paws are long lived, have considerably less leaf blackening and can withstand humid conditions.

Kings Park Collection

Ramm Botanicals formed an alliance with the Kings Park Botanical Gardens of Western Australia in 2010. Since then this collaborative breeding program led by Digby Growns, has resulted in a range of very beautiful and distinctive Kangaroo Paw with many unique colour breaks.