Australian Native Plants

  Grevillea 'Pink Surprise'

Grevillea 'Pink Surprise' photo
Grevillea "Pink Surprise"

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Grevillea 'Pink Surprise' is a shrub that grows to about 3 m tall. The shiny green leaves are divided into long narrow lobes. The leaf is about 30 cm long and about 10 cm wide, and the lobes are about 10 cm long and about 3 mm wide. Pink flowers are produced in cylindrical clusters about 15 cm long. The cultivar is a hybrid between Grevillea sp. Mundubbera and Grevillea banksii. It originated as a seedling in the garden of Mrs. W.M. Bristow of Sherwood, Queensland. It was accepted for registration with Australian Cultivar Registration Authority (ACRA) in May 1977.

Growth Characteristics
Height: 3m
Wildlife Interest
birds, nectar

Variety:'Pink Surprise'

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  Grevillea astericosa
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