Grevillea lanigera prostrate
Plant name: Woolly grevillea
Plant type: groundcovers / climbers
Origin: NSW. VIC.
Cultural notes: A very hardy plant that prefers a sunny position and well drained soils in cooler climates. Dislikes humidity.
Maintenance: Can be pruned to maintain shape.
Tolerates: Frost and drought tolerant.
Flowering season: Late Winter and Spring.
Flower colour: Red or cream flowers occur in spider-like clusters.
Foliage colour: Narrow oblong shaped leaves are dark green but fine white hairs give them a greyish, woolly appearance.
Width: up to 1.5m
Height: up to 0.3m
Plant spacing: 100cm apart
Recommended uses: An attractive groundcover often used in rockeries. More compact than many of the other prostrate Grevilleas.
Description: A dense groundcover spreading to 1.5m. Narrow leaves are grey-green and finely haired, giving them a soft woolly appearance. Flowers are spider-like clusters and can be red or pinkish-cream.