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Grevillea 'Pink Lady'

grevillea 'Pink Lady'

Thought to be a hybrid species with Grevillea juniperina as one of the parents, the other is unknown. A dense spreading groundcover rarely exceeding 30cm in height and spreading 2m. Bright green prickly foliage, pink and green flower occur in spring.
 
originCultivar
cultural notesA hardy plant accepting of most soils provided they are well drained. Grow in full sun or part shade.
maintenancePrune after flowering to encourage new growth.
toleratesFrost and drought tolerant.
flowering seasonSpring, sporadic flowering year round.
flower colourPale pink spider-like flowers with green styles.
foliage colourPrickly bright green linear leaves to 1.5cm in length.
widthup to 2m
heightup to 0.3m
plant spacing50cm apart
recommended usesAn attractive grouncover providing excellent habitat for small birds. Can be trailed over retaining walls or in pots.

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