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Grevillea x gaudichaudii

grevillea 'Gaudi Chaudi'

A naturally occuring hybrid of Grevillea acanthifolia and Grevillea laurifolia. A vigorous groundcover spreading up to 5m. Attractive foliage and deep pink-red flowers appearing in Spring, Summer and Autumn.
originNSW- Blue Mountains.
cultural notesA hardy, fast growing groundcover that will thrive in a sunny, well drained position. Thrips can be problematic to this species.
maintenanceCan be pruned to maintain shape.
toleratesTolerant of drought, frost and salt spray.
flowering seasonSpring through to Autumn.
flower colourToothbrush shaped flowers are a vibrant pink-red in colour.
foliage colourLeaves are up to 10cm long and multi-lobed,reminiscent of oak leaves. They are dark green and have a reddish tint in cold weather and on the new growth.
widthup to 5m
heightup to 0.1m
plant spacing300cm apart
recommended usesUseful for its fast growth and large coverage. Plant on banks and over retaining walls.
plant image creditsCreative Commons License Melburnian

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