Grevillea ‘Peaches and Cream’

Natives (A-Z)

The Grevillea ‘Peaches and Cream’ was the first plant in the native strip. It’s at the north end and we see it when we look out of the window.

You can see flowers at different stages – open at the top, a new flower stem lower down on the right.

 

This plant is thriving – more than doubled it’s size in less than a year.  The small brown honeyeaters as well as the larger birds love it.

Peaches and cream – close up of flowers

Close up of flowers – lovely colours.

It has thrived in a heavy clay soil with little attention. It can get leggy and responds well to pruning. Very pleased with this plant.

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