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. Named to mark the 25th anniversary of Kenthurst's Hills Grammar School.
Grevillea baueri x alpina x Grevillea rosmarinifolia ‘Lutea’ 'Hills Jubilee' APPEARANCE: Compact native shrub with fine rosemary-like green foliage; fat buds open into 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.