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(Cutting Grown)

At first glance you probably wouldn't pick this as a grevillea. The leaves are purely medieval with barbs for days… these are mostly for show as they won’t do much more than offer a suggestive poke. The flower are tight clusters of creamy catkins that appear on mass at the end of the cooler months.


Flower Color: Cream

Bloomtime: Late Winter/Spring

Height: 3-4 feet

Width: 3-4 feet

Exposure: Sun

Soil Type: Good to Average Drainage

Cold Tolerance: 24-26f

Irrigation requirements: Low Once Established

Grevillea synapheae

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