Grevillea banksii x bipinnatifida - ROBYN GORDON

SKU: WPN00236

Size: 175 mm
Sale price$17.00

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"Robyn Gordon", a cultivar of the Grevillea bipinnatifida x banksii species, adorns gardens with its striking blooms that transition from red to orange-yellow all year round. A medium shrub, it's a popular choice in gardens across Australia, drawing in native birds and earning its status as a proven winner.

When setting "Robyn Gordon" in the ground, enriching sandy soils with a conditioner ensures this champion thrives. As the plant matures, it stands tall against drought, showcasing its native Australian resilience. A dose of low-phosphorus native fertiliser in Djilba (early spring) keeps this crowd-favourite looking its best, ensuring it remains the talk of the neighbourhood.

Botanical Name Grevillea banksii x bipinnatifida
Common Name  Fuchsia Grevillea, Banks' Grevillea, Dwarf Silky Oak
Cultivar Robyn Gordon
Medium Natives
PBR Name
Origin Western Australia, Queensland - Bred in South Australia
Foliage Evergreen
Height 1 - 1.8 M
Width 1 - 1.8 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 Mostly red to orange-yellow
Flower Time Year-round, more prolific in Makuru (winter) and Djilba (early 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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