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Common Name: Flora Mason Grevillea
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The Flora Mason Grevillea is a pretty evergreen shrub that ranges to a small tree wearing clusters of beautiful yellow, apricot and pink toned 'spider' flowers through winter through to spring. Fast growing and hardy to most conditions and ideal for those hard-to-grow areas, there is a big pay off with very little effort, this is a plant that just keeps giving!
Grevilleas are hugely popular with home gardeners or landscapers due to their hardy nature, stunning range of colours, unique flowers and iconic nature. Growing 2 to 3 metres tall this fine-leafed variety is ideal for hedging, windbreaks, native landscaping and feature planting. This particular variety is also popular in coastal settings as it is tough to salt. The Flora Mason is quick to establish and is attractive to bird and insect life.
Hardy to frost, salt, wind & hardy to drought once established. Most well drained soils. Full sun to part shade. Attractive to birds and insects.
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