Description Grevillea 'Honey Gem' is believed to be a hybrid between Grevillea pteridifolia and Grevillea banksii. It has an open habit but can be kept bushy by pruning. It has large orange racemes of flowers about 15cm long for most of the year, with main flush in late winter to spring.
Growth Characteristics Height: 4m Spread: 3m
Propagation Honey Gem produces viable seed, but seed does not come true to type. Propagation is fairly easy from cuttings.
Wildlife Interest one of the best Grevilleas for attracting honeyeaters and lorikeets. Also attracts bats at night