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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 Firesprite Flower

    Grevillea 'Firesprite'

    Long flowering with fiery orange-red open flowers and beautiful bright green foliage. Attracts nectar feeding birds and is hardy in most reasonably drained soils. Will make a fast-growing hedge to 5m unnclipped. Once established ‘Firesprite’ shouldn’t require extra watering. Learn More
  2. Grevillea-Loopy-Loo-flower

    Grevillea 'Loopy Lou'

    Compact, fast growing shrub to around 1m with large flowers in tropical shades of yellow and pink. Establishes quickly. Ideal for rockeries and erosion control on embankments. The warmer the climate the longer it will flower. Learn More

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  3. Grevillea 'Ned Kelly'

    Grevillea 'Ned Kelly'

    Iconic Australian figure, popular native shrub. Orange-red flowers most of the year, ferny evergreen foliage, and a manageable 1.5m size, help this plant to fit into most gardens. It is frost hardy and requires little water once established. Learn More
  4. Grevillea 'Orange Marmalade'

    Grevillea 'Orange Marmalade'

    Beautiful, popular and rewarding native shrub. Abundant upright orange flowers. Not frost hardy, better for coastal and subtropical regions. Rich in nectar to attract birds and butterflies. One of our most popular Grevilleas. Learn More

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  5. Grevillea 'Robyn Gordon'

    Grevillea 'Robyn Gordon'

    Flashy large red brush flowers throughout most of the year, above a medium sized shrub to 1.5m Classic well-known variety, good all-rounder for native and mixed Australian gardens anywhere but the tropical north. Learn More
  6. Grevillea royal mantle

    Grevillea 'Royal Mantle'

    Hardy low-growing native ground-cover, ideal for trailing down rockeries and embankments, and attracting wildlife to your garden. Bright red spidery flowers throughout the year, especially in winter and spring, especially in full sun. New leaves are bronze-red. Very popular. Learn More

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  7. Grevillea 'Sunkissed'

    Grevillea 'Sunkissed'

    Compact low mounding grevillea, drought tolerant, ideal for rockeries and containers. Should do better on clay soils than many grevilleas. Birds will love the heaps of curly apricot flowers right through autumn Learn More
  8. Grevillea 'Superb'

    Grevillea 'Superb'

    The ideal feature planting grevillea. Vibrant sunrise peach-orange flowers, rounded shrub shape, and dense foliage provide a lovely garden plant and the perfect habitat for nectar feeding birds. Bred in Queensland - will flower year round in warmer gardens.

    John Dalton at the English language Wikipedia [ CC-BY-SA-3.0]via Wikimedia Commons. Learn More

  9. 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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  10. Grevillea Amber Blaze

    Grevillea Amber Blaze

    Beautiful low growing native, spreading to 3m but only 1m high, ideal for cascading down banks or over exposed rocks; or as a mass-planting tall ground cover. Fast growing dense shrub with vibrant orange flowers that grow up to 15cm long in spring and summer. Suitable for reasonably cold temperates to sub tropical climates. Learn More

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  11. Grevillea baileyana - brown silky oak

    Grevillea baileyana - brown silky oak

    Hardy flowering small native tree suited to feature planting and creating shade. Fragrant nectar rich flowers attract honey-eating birds to your garden. Grows from north Queensland to Victoria. Much like Ivory Curl Flower in appearance and growth habit, somewhat taller and more slender.

    Flower image: Tatiana Gerus [CC BY 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons ,cropped to size. Learn More

  12. Grevillea FlatAz

    Grevillea FlatAz™

    Fast growing native groundcover grevillea, perfect for erosion control on steep embankments. Attractive fine fishbone foliage.Flowers profusely in exposed sunny sites attracting nectar feeding birds. Learn More

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  13. 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
  14. Grevillea Little Robyn

    Grevillea Little Robyn

    Compact native shrub, large ruby flowers Autumn-Winter-Spring will attract nectar-loving birds. Easy-going as to soil and climate, would make a good low hedge. Learn More
  15. Grevillea poorinda Splendour

    Grevillea poorinda 'Splendour'

    Create a paradise for birds with this beautiful burgundy-red flowering compact native. Unusual oval foliage for a grevillea, fast growing and evergreen. Learn More
  16. Grevillea robusta - silky oak

    Grevillea robusta - silky oak

    Tall fast-growing ornamental native tree, impressive and unmistakable in full flower. Elegant slender conical silhouette with sweeping upturned branches. Deep golden flowers spring-summer, large ferny leaves all year round. Attracts wildlife. Drought tolerant and frost hardy once full grown. Timber useful for fine woodworking; flowers for honey production.

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  17. Grevillea Sandra Gordon

    Grevillea Sandra Gordon

    Tough hardy old favourite native shrub or tree with bird-attracting bright yellow blossoms and fine ferny foliage. Try it anywhere, it's adaptable to most garden situations, climates, and soils once established, even those with poor soil or air quality. Image for illustration only. Learn More
  18. Grevillea Strawberry Sundae

    Grevillea Strawberry Sundae

    Compact native shrub to 1-2m, foliage is vibrant green and fern-like. Features brilliant red and cream flowers in winter and spring. Perfect hedge or feature plant, great for attracting wild birds to your garden.


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