This Grevillea stands out because it is variegated. The leaves are smaller than the species form, and are green in the center with frosty-white margins. The flowers are red, but perhaps a little pinker than the species. Flower density is also lower.
Dessert northwest claims that UCSC has this labeled incorrectly and that it is in fact Grevillea ‘Waverley Ghost’. It is thought to have been a sport of G. ‘Poorinda Constance’ from the nursery of the Victorian State Schools Horticultural Society in Glen Waverley, Victoria.
In Our Garden
Plant ID: P21036
Found in Pots,
Waiting to find its forever home in the garden.
We acquired this plant from UCSC - Norries.