GREVILLEA JOHN EVANS

SKU: KGC00528

Size: 180 mm
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Sale price$19.00

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Description

The "John Evans" cultivar, a member of the Grevillea family with a botanical lineage of Grevillea baueri x rosmarinifolia 'nana', stands out with a flamboyance of pinkish-red to light pink blossoms from Djilba to Kambarang (early to late spring). As a dense, medium-sized shrub, it naturally elevates any garden's aesthetic appeal. Gardeners will cherish its ability to offer a dense foliage cover, perfect for both aesthetic and privacy purposes.

For optimal growth when planted in the ground, enriching sandy soils with a soil conditioner proves beneficial. This Australian native gains impressive drought-hardiness as it matures, ensuring resilience in drier conditions. The best time to bolster its vibrant growth is by feeding it a low-phosphorus native fertiliser during Djilba (early spring).

Botanical Name Grevillea baueri x rosmarinifolia 'nana'
Common Name  Bauer's Grevillea, Rosemary Grevillea
Cultivar John Evans
Classification
Medium Natives
PBR Name
Origin South-eastern Australia
Foliage Evergreen
Height 1 - 1.5 M
Width 1 - 1.5 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 to light pink
Flower Time Djilba to Kambarang (early to 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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