Grevillea 'Poorinda Queen'
occasional, low, drought tolerant, dry in summer
hummingbirds, deer resistant
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Description by: Cistus Nursery
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One of the first of the Poorinda hybrids developed in the '50s and '60s, thought to be a hybrid between G. juniperina and G. victoriae. An evergreen shrub, to 8-10', with long silvery leaves and soft apricot flowers, a pleasure over a long period in late winter and through spring. Best in sun and lean, well-drained soil, with little water once established. Frost hardy in USDA Zone 8.
Description by: Xera Plants
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A very cold-hardy Grevillea with deep green small foliage and amazingly long season of bloom. Pendant spider-like flowers of intense apricot appear from late February through October (yeah, a long time). Large evergreen shrub for poor soil (alright in clay or sand). To 8' tall and arching as wide. Tip prune to shape, reduce size. NO FERTILIZERS OR AMENDMENTS- virgin soil. Little water needed. Full sun. Deer resistant. Grows quickly.