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Grevillas are always a popular native plant for our Australian gardens. They are easy-going, tough, and resilient. They can be clipped into hedges, or left to grow naturally. They have beautiful flowers in many different colours, often throughout the year, with nectar that our wild birds love. We propagate most varieties in winter when humidity is lowest - so if your preferred cultivar is out of stock bookmark this page to check back towards the end of winter/early spring.

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  1. Grevillea Royal Rambler Flower

    Grevillea Royal Rambler™

    Spreading, low-growing ground cover with coppery new growth and vibrant deep-pink flowers through the year. Fast to establish; ideal left to ramble over steep embankments or wilder parts of the garden. Will flower longer in sunnier spots, but happy in shade or part-shade. Like all native grevilleas, this is loved by nectar-feeding birds. Learn More

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  2. Grevillea Liliane

    Grevillea Liliane

    Ornamental shrub grevillea with narrow foliage and dainty pink spider flowers along the stem. Liliane has a dense growth habit with gently weeping branches. Ideal in rockeries and as a feature plant in native gardens. Suitable for containers. Bird-attracting native shrub. Tolerates dry periods once established. Learn More
  3. Grevillea Alex Pink

    Grevillea Alex Pink

    Large dark pink flowers and bronze ferny new leaves make this a very pretty native groundcover grevillea. Spreads to about 2.5m in good soil and full sun. Learn More

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  4. Grevillea 'Scarlet Sprite' flower

    Grevillea 'Scarlet Sprite'

    Low maintenance compact variety ideal for coastal and cottage style gardens. Fine foliage and bright flowers most of the year in warmer climates. Tolerates drought and frost once established. Learn More

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