Australian Native Plants

  Grevillea 'Evelyns Coronet'

Grevillea 'Evelyns Coronet' photo
Grevillea 'Evelyn's Coronet'

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Grevillea 'Evelyn's Coronet' is an erect shrub that grows to 2 m in height with a spread of about 1.75 m. The narrow leaves are shiny green with a sharp point at the tip. The leaves are about 2 cm long and about 3 mm wide. The plant produces rounded clusters of pink flowers in winter, spring and summer. The cultivar is reported to be a hybrid between Grevillea buxifolia and Grevillea lavandulacea. It originated in the garden of Mrs. Hickey of Lane Cove, Sydney in 1972. It was accepted for registration with Australian Cultivar Registration Authority (ACRA) in May 1977.

Growth Characteristics
Height: 1.5m - 2.5m
Spread: 1.5m - 2.5m

Wildlife Interest
birds, nectar

Variety:'Evelyns Coronet'

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