Grevillea juniperina ‘Pink Lady’
Plant name: Pink Lady grevillea
Plant type: shrubs / bushes / trees
Cultural notes: A hardy plant accepting of most soils provided they are well drained. Grow in full sun or part shade.
Maintenance: Prune after flowering to encourage new growth.
Tolerates: Frost and drought tolerant.
Flowering season: Spring, sporadic flowering year round.
Flower colour: Pale pink spider-like flowers with green styles.
Foliage colour: Prickly bright green linear leaves to 1.5cm in length.
Width: up to 2m
Height: up to 0.3m
Plant spacing: 50cm apart
Recommended uses: An attractive grouncover providing excellent habitat for small birds. Can be trailed over retaining walls or in pots.
Description: 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.