Named to mark the 25th anniversary of Kenthurst's Hills Grammar School, this multi-parented pretty grevillea is neat, compact, and long-flowering from early spring to mid-autumn. Best of all, it will even grow in heavy clay, which we know many of our gardeners will rejoice at.
Grevillea baueri x alpina x Grevillea rosmarinifolia ‘Lutea’ 'Hills Jubilee' APPEARANCE: Compact native shrub with fine rosemary-like green foliage; dark pink, light pink, lime green and white flowers in spring, summer and autumn. Bred by Bywong Nursery. USES: Feature shrub, native gardens, informal hedging, wildlife gardens to attract native birds. Ideal coastal garden plant. LOCATION: Well drained neutral-acid pH soil; will grow in clay. Tolerates dry spells and a light frost when mature. CARE: Cut back gently if needed to keep it in shape. 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: about 1 m H x 1 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.