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).
|Grevillea baueri x rosmarinifolia 'nana'
|Bauer's Grevillea, Rosemary Grevillea
|1 - 1.5 M
|1 - 1.5 M
|Full sun to part shade
|Well draining, loamy/sandy soil enriched with mature compost. Avoid fresh or strong manures which can burn roots.
|Pinkish red to light pink
|Djilba to Kambarang (early to late spring)
|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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