Origin : Native to Australia, New South Wales
Habit : bushy shrub, upright, ornamental plant
Common Names : Dwarf rosemary grevillea, Dwarf Grevillea
Height : up to 1.0m in height
Width : up to 2.0m in width
Growth Rate : Fast
Foliage : Dark green linear leaves to 2cm in length. Similar to the leaves of the Rosemary plant.
Flowers : Yes
Flower Description : Red spider-like flowers held amongst the foliage. Winter, Spring and Summer. Almost all year round
Flowers colours : magenta pinkish red spiderlike flowerheads
Fruit : not known to have fruits
Position : Prefers a sunny, well drained site but tolerates part shade.
Common Pest And Diseases :
Soil Type : light – sandy soils, medium – loamy soils, heavy – clay soils, good drainage
Care And Maintenance : Can be pruned to maintain shape. Will tolerate hard pruning if required.
Pot Size: 200mm