Hybrid Options

Grevillea is a native Australian plant. It is also known as the garden plant. Its beautiful vibrant flowers come in diverse colours ranging from orange, yellow, red, pink, and green. Grevillea is a large genus that consisted of about 357 species. The Grevilleas genus is economically important. There are hundreds of different Grevillea hybrids, each with its beautiful colours and different shaped flowers.

At Killuke Nursery, we grow and sell different Grevilleas hybrids. With the variety of plants available, you choose one that suits your preference, environment, soil type, etc. You are assured of top-quality plants from Killuke. Our variety of Grevilleas hybrids are

Edna Walling Softly Softly is a compact small shrub. It has soft coloured grey-green foliage and vibrant, showy pink and cream flowers that grow in bunches. It is a great option for a feature plant for shrubberies and rockeries, and pots. It grew to a height of between 0.3 and 0.4 metres and has a width of between 0.35 and 0.55 metres. It has pink-coloured flowers.

Rosy’s Baby is a pretty and neat grevillea. It is small and has strawberries-and-cream flowers, which is perfect for small birds that feed on nectar. It is easy for them to get their beaks into it. It appears from wintertime into early summer. It gives you a lot of opportunities for wildlife watching. It also adds soft colour to your garden. Rosy’s Baby thrives in almost any climate except for hot or humid environments.

Cherry Ripe is a sturdy Grevilleas hybrid. It is small in size and grows on the inland or coast, in subtropics or frost, in clay, loamy or sandy soil, or gravel. It has a lot of cherry and white flowers. It grows, especially in the winter and spring. It is a haven for birds all through the year. It has a height of 50cm and a width of 50cm.

Robyn Gordon is a shrub. It grows up to 2 metres high and 3 metres wide. It has divided leaves. It has deep red inflorescences, spanning about 15 cm in length and 9 cm in width. It also attracts honeyeaters.

Misty Pink is a medium shrub that grows very fast. Its dark green foliage is deeply divided. It also has large pink and cream flowers. Its flowering peaks in late winter and spring, with a little flowering during the rest of the year. It attracts birds. It is one of the original Grevilleas. It is also the best large-flowered one. This makes a good feature plant or screening plant. It can be severely pruned when needed. It grows to a height of 3 to 4 metres and a width of 2 to 3 metres.

Coconut Ice is a great plant to use as a screen plant, feature shrub, or an informal hedge. It can withstand frost and is quite tolerant to droughts once it is established. Like all Grevilleas, coconut Ice attracts birds that love nectar. It grows to a height of between 1.5 and 2 metres and a width of -4 to 2 metres.

Sylvia is a fast-growing Grevilleas. It is medium to large-sized. It is a shrub with large, rose-pink coloured flowers which appear throughout the year. It attracts native wildlife, birds that love nectar, bees, and butterflies. It is a tough native shrub, and it thrives in any garden and condition. It is drought and frost-tolerant. It has a width of 4m and a height of -5m.

Moonlight is one of the best types of grevilleas. It is tough, and it adapts quickly. It flowers all through the year. It is a great option for a feature plant as a result of its flowers. It also makes for a good informal screen or hedge. It also attracts birds. Moonlight has a height of between 3 and 5 metres and a width of between 2 and 4 metres.

Other types include the Ember glow, Golden Yul, Sunrise, Caloundra Gem, Sandra Gordon, Ned Kelly, and so much more.