Koroylbardany, also known as Anigozanthos viridis, is a species of Western Australian shrub known by the common name Green Kangaroo Paw.
Koroylbardany typically grows from 0.05 to 0.85 metres high in loamy, clay or sandy soils wer bears green tubular flowers in August wer October.
Noongar peoples used the roots of the plant as a food source, which they either roasted or ate raw.
See also[edit | edit source]
- Kurulbrang (Kangaroo Paw) for the generic Kangaroo Paw plant.
- Nollamara (Black Kangaroo Paw) for the sole representative of a different species, but also commonly called a Kangaroo Paw plant.
Ngiyan waarnk[edit | edit source]
- "Anigozanthos viridis Common name: Green Kangaroo Paw". Friends of Queens Park Bushland. Retrieved 24 May 2020