East meets West in this hybrid grevillea, with one parent from WA and one from NSW. This mix of coasts suggests that this native would be happy in most gardens across the country, adapting to a range of climate and soil conditions. A beautiful shrub, with elegant fine foliage, large enough to make an impression but small enough to fit into most suburban gardens; and a long flowering season with heaps of nectar for native birds.
APPEARANCE: Native medium-large flowering shrub with nectar-rich red-pink flowers which form in winter and bloom through spring and early summer. Leaves are long, fine and slender, bronze when new. USES: Native and wildlife gardens, feature shrub, container plant. Tolerates light frosts, some dry spells, coastal conditions. PLANTING: Plant in well drained soil, mulch well and water regularly until the plant is established. CARE: Prune after flowering to promote new growth and flowering. Feed with a slow release native fertiliser when buds form - grevilleas can be phosphorus-sensitive so the P ratio of the fertiliser needs to be under 3% HEIGHT & WIDTH: 3 - 4 m H x 2 - 4 m W. YOUR PLANTS: These are tubestock plants, healthy young plants with new roots that will establish quickly in your garden. The pot size is 80 mm x 42 mm wide.