Anigozanthos flavidus is a species of plant found in Southwest Australia. It is member of the Haemodoraceae family. It is known as the tall, yellow, or evergreen, kangaroo paw. The specific epithet, flavidus, refers to the yellow flowers.
Anigozanthos flavidus, commonly called kangaroo paws, is native to the southwestern corner of Western Australia. It is a rhizomatous evergreen perennial that grows from a short horizontal rhizome. It typically forms a basal rosette (to 3' tall and as wide) of slender, arching, strap-shaped, medium green leaves (each leaf to 3' long and to 3/4" wide) from which rise leafless flowering stalks to 4-6' tall bearing panicles of tubular, greenish-yellow (but sometimes pink or red) flowers that resemble kangaroo paws. Flowers are covered with velvety hairs. Outdoors, flowers primarily bloom from spring to fall. In greenhouses, flowers may bloom throughout the year.