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Grevillea poorinda 'Firebird'

grevillea poorinda 'Firebird'

Thought to be a hybrid of Grevillea speciosa and Grevillea oleoides. A medium sized shrub growing to 2m in height and width. Bright red spider-like flower clusters.
 
originHybrid species.
cultural notesA hardy and reliable plant that is tolerant of most soils. Prefers full sun and reasonable drainage.
maintenanceCan be pruned to maintain shape.
toleratesDrought and frost tolerant. Adaptable to most Australian climates.
flowering seasonLate Winter and Spring.
flower colourAbundant bright red spider-like flower clusters.
foliage colourNarrow grey-green leaves.
widthup to 2m
heightup to 2m
plant spacing50cm apart
recommended usesAn attractive screen or hedge plant.

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