Grevillea rosmarinifolia - JENKINSII - Rosemary Grevillea

SKU: 9319480026747

Size: 130 mm
Sale price$14.00

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The "Jenkinsii" cultivar of Grevillea rosmarinifolia presents gardeners with a palette of pinkish-red and creamy white flowers from Makuru (winter) to Kambarang (late spring). As a small to medium-sized dense shrub, this native Australian delight stands out, not just for its radiant blooms, but also its unique ability to serve as a formal hedge. If you're looking for both function and aesthetic appeal in your garden, the rare "Jenkinsii" hits the mark.

When planting "Jenkinsii" in-ground, it's advantageous to enrich sandy soils with a conditioner for optimal growth. As it roots down, its resilience to drought becomes evident, requiring less frequent watering over time. To ensure it thrives year-round, feeding with a low-phosphorus native fertiliser during Djilba (early spring) is recommended.

Botanical Name Grevillea rosmarinifolia
Common Name  Rosemary Grevillea, Spider Flower
Cultivar Jenkinsii
Medium Natives
PBR Name
Origin South-eastern Australia
Foliage Evergreen
Height 1 M
Width 1 M
Light Full sun to part shade
Soil Well draining, loamy/sandy soil enriched with mature compost. Avoid fresh or strong manures which can burn roots.
Water Requirement
Lifespan Perennial
Flower Colour Pinkish-red and creamy white
Flower Time Makuru (winter) to Kambarang (late spring)
Toxicity Can cause contact dermatites in some people, leading to an allergic reaction. Otherwise non-toxic to humans. Potentially mildly toxic to animals if ingested.

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