Grevillea x ‘Poorinda Queen’

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Grevillea x ‘Poorinda Queen’

Subtle but beautiful hybrid Grevillea with fine needle-like foliage that produces a nearly constant parade of soft citrus orange spidery flowers. The perianth is soft orange and the protruding style is red. No matter the weather this carefree shrub seems to be in bloom. Heaviest flowering is in mid-winter just when the gardener needs it most. Large spreading shrub to 8′ x 8′ in poor, well drained native soil. Little to no summer water when established. Very very cold hardy enduring 5ºF with no damage. Give it room to spread as it can grow very fast. Takes light overhead shade if not too dense. Incredibly drought tolerant. Very difficult to propagate but we are always trying to make as much of this awesome shrub as possible. The intensity of the flower color shifts with the seasons gaining vividness with cooler temps. Wonderful winter blooming shrub. Grevillea victorae x Grevillea juniperina.  A Xera favorite. Protected location. Very good in the city of Portland.


Grevillea x ‘Poorinda Queen’ flower closeupGrevillea x ‘Poorinda Queen’ flower detail Grevillea x ‘Poorinda Queen’

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