‘Flora Mason’ has soft, feathery, silvery-green foliage that is fairly dense and moves in the wind. It is expected to get to between 6′ and 9′ tall and 6′ wide when mature. It has small clusters of apricot and pink spider flowers in winter and early spring.
There appears to be disagreement over this plant’s parentage. It could be Grevillea pinaster x Grevillea olivacea or Grevillea olivacea x preissii. Grevillea thelemmaniana may also be involved.
In Our Garden
Plant ID: P21073
Found in Pots,
Waiting for its forever home in the garden.
We acquired this plant from Ruth Bancroft Garden – grown by Monterey Bay Nursery.
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