A medium size spreading shrub to 5 to 6 feet tall and 6′ to 8′ wide. It has stiff dark green dissected leaves. 2” to 3” long toothbrush type flowers are possible throughout the year. The pistils are bright red, with an almost metallic sheen, and the tepals are a pure yellow, creating a great bi-colored flower cluster. The tepals are fuzzy.
Grevillea is native to Australia.
Plant in full sun in a well-drained soil and give infrequent to occasional irrigation in its first year. After that it should be drought tolerant. Do not use a fertilizer with phosphorous.
‘Kings Rainbow’ is the result of a breeding program conducted by Digby Growns at Plant Development at Kings Park and Botanic Garden in Perth, Western Australia. It is the result of crossing a selection of Grevillea armigera with an unnamed Grevillea hybrid (G. 20101122).
PP27,931 – 2017
In Our Garden
Plant ID: P21369
Found in Pots,
Waiting to find its forever home in the garden.
We acquired this plant from Half Moon Bay Nursery.
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