Description Grevillea 'Robyn Gordon' is a spreading shrub with clusters of pinking red flowers throughout the year. Grevillea 'Robyn Gordon' is a very popular grevillea cultivar and has been planted widely in Australia and other countries. It is a small to medium shrub with attractive divided leaves The flower inflorescences are about 15 cm long by 9 cm wide. The plant is a cross between a red-flowered form of Grevillea banksii and Grevillea. bipinnatifida. It was first grown by David Gordon in Queensland and named 'Robyn Gordon' in memory of a family member who died in 1969. This cultivar has been known to cause allergic contact dermatitis for some people who handle it. Grevillea 'Robyn Gordon' is similar to Grevillea 'Superb' which has the same parents but more orange flowers.
Height 1m - 1.5m
Spread 0.5m - 1.5m
Wildlife Interest excellent bird attracting plant for lorikeets and honeyeaters