Grevillea victoriae

Also known as:

  • Royal Grevillea

Plant Type

shrub

Zones

8a-10b

Size

H:6'-8'
W:10'

Growing Conditions

Soil Needs:

lean, well-drained

Water Needs:

even moisture, dry in summer

Sun Exposure:

sun

Features

Flower Color:

red, bronze

Wildlife:

hummingbirds, deer resistant

Flower Season:

spring, summer, fall, winter

Texture:

fuzzy

Foliage Season:

evergreen

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Portland, Oregon

503-621-2233

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Springfield, Oregon

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Port Townsend, Washington

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3380 No. 6 Road Richmond, British Columbia

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Portland, Oregon

503-621-2233

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Mediterranean climate, southern hemisphere, hardy tropical plants, and more.

Gossler Farms

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Springfield, Oregon

541-746-3922

Far Reaches Farm

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Port Townsend, Washington

360-385-5114

The Desert Northwest

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Sequim, Washington

mail@desertnorthwest.com

Phoenix Perennials and Specialty Plants Ltd.

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3380 No. 6 Road Richmond, British Columbia

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Xera Plants

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1114 SE Clay St. Portland, Oregon

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503-612-9950

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Comes to us from Australia and amazing to consideer it is relatively hardy (5° F.) We enjoy the gray green linear leaves year round, but especially the winter flowers. The flowers are just plain odd twisted coppery color. This is one of the great plants we got over the years from Western Hills Nursery, Occidental, CA.

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Richmond, British Columbia

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An intriguing evergreen shrub from the family that brings us proteas and banksias, this grevillea blooms in winter with orange-red clusters of tubular flowers. Plant in a warm sunny spot of your garden in well-drained soil. Protect from drying or cold winter winds.

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From the high mountains of Australia one of the most handsome and exotic shrubs that will grow in our climate. Fast growing evergreen to 6' tall and as wide in 5 years. Silvery gray leaves and from September to April rust colored drooping buds that open to orange flowers. Full sun and NO FERTILIZER, NO COMPOST- virgin soil that is well drained is best. Protected location. BLOOMS ALL WINTER. Hummingbirds.

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Portland, Oregon

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Grevillea victoriae 'UBC' - Silver-leaved protea relative from Australia. This selection growing in our Cistus garden reaches 4-6' in time with gorgeous, thready, orange flowers all winter. Best in full sun and lean, well-drained soil with occasional summer water. As with all proteas, avoid fertilizers with potassium or phosphorous. Alfalfa pellets do very well. Frost hardy in USDA zone 8.

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This has never had a speck of damage to it in the winter and in our opinion is one of the best broadleaf shrubs for our area. This is the straight species which we prefer over the various selections. Densely willowy with clusters of amber sheathed coral flowers Nov-May. Tough.

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Dense upright shrub to 8' x 10'. Along with G. juniperina, this species is the other prominent representative of hardy-Grevillea-land. An attractive shrub in any season, its felty, silvery, upward pointing leaves provide the perfect backdrop for the numerous racemes of rusty orange flower buds. These appear in fall and open sporadically into vermillion-red spider-like flowers throughout the fall and winter, so that the plant is seldom out of bloom when hummingbirds are most in need of a drink. It has a naturally dense habit and may reach 10' or more over time with equal spread. Though it comes from high mountain areas of the Australian Alps, where it is buried in snow much of the year; it is adaptable to any well-drained site, handling regular irrigation or drought with ease. It will tolerate some shade, but performs best in sun. G. victoriae has a proven track record the Seattle area, demonstrating itself to be fully hardy through the coldest winters, and is always attractive and trouble free. Most Northwest gardeners who have discovered this plant cannot imagine their garden without it once they have tried it. It has also proven adaptable to hot summer climates, being successful at Plant Delights Nursery in Raliegh, NC. Hardy to 0 to 5 °F. Australia.

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