Grevillea is an evergreen shrub with curiously shaped flowers, hence it’s common names Spider Flower, Silky Oak and Toothbrush plant.
Add winter colour to your garden with Grevillea, they grow in most NZ climates, some varieties will not tolerate frost, so choose the plant best suited to your environment. Flowers appear generally from winter into summer, some varieties flower year-round. Easy to grow and easy care, Grevillea like a sunny sheltered position. For best results prepare the area before planting by digging in well-rotted compost.
Grevillea varieties include ground covers, small and medium sized shrubs and striking standards.
Hardy and gorgeous, filled with lovely yellow flowers throughout Winter and Spring. Ideal for smaller gardens and to give a colour contrast planted amongst other Grevilleas or flowering shrubs. Keeps a compact rounded shape growing to around 1m round. Evergreen
Colour: Yellow Habit: Rounded Est. Hgt/Wdth in 7/10 yrs: 100cm x 100cm
This little Aussie will bring welcome colour to the garden during the dull winter months. The soft grey foliage is complemented by flowers in tones of red, pink and cream from winter to spring. Useful to provide quick cover on hot dry banks etc. Likes the sun and good drainage but not frost. Evergreen.
Colour: Red / Pink Habit: Ground-cover Est. Hgt/Wdth in 7/10 yrs: 30cm x 120cm
A compact growing hybrid Grevillea with pink-red flowers borne almost year-round, attracting nectar-loving birds. Suitable for most garden situations, especially in drier conditions. Happiest in the sun with protection from harsh frost, evergreen. PVR. SHM254
Colour: Red / Pink Habit: Compact Est. Hgt/Wdth in 7/10 yrs: 1m x 1m