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Common Name: Canterbury Gold
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The gorgeous Canterbury Gold is a fast growing evergreen native, bearing stunning buttery-golden spider native flowers throughout most of the year. The flowers are highly attractive to wildlife (especially birds), while the grey-green foliage forms a striking dense spreading shrub.
This low mounding grevillea is extremely adaptable to most environments, including coastal plantings, droughts and frost, and very effective for erosion control. Growing 1 - 1.5 m high or 2 - 3 m wide, Canterbury Gold is hugely popular for feature planting, an effective ground-cover, low-medium hedging, mass planting and lining driveways and paths.
Low maintenance, plant in those tough-to-grow areas, as she tolerates sandy or clay soils well. Sought after by landscapers, add this beauty to your landscape today, and you won't regret it!
Hardy to salt, frost, humidity, drought. Most well drained soils. Full sun. Attractive to wildlife.
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