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GRAFTED GREVILLEAS

Botanical Name: Grevillea sp.
Description

Grafted Grevilleas Coming Soon


Helen HoowardHelen Howard of Grevillea Heritage has been grafting Grevilleas and other genera - Eremophila, Brachychiton, Eucalyptus, Verticordia and Casuarina, as well as Olives and Cashews, for over 15 years.


She has a passion for the Grevillea species and hopes to educate people about the benefits of growing them in their gardens. She regularly gives talks to garden clubs about planting, pruning and of course, grafting! By planting Grevilleas we have birds, colour and atmosphere in our gardens!


By grafting these beautiful Grevilleas onto Silky Oak (Grevillea robusta) we give them a chance to survive for longer, to withstand disease, and to be resistant towards frosts so that they can perform at their best. Most of the Grevilleas thrive by being grafted and we now can successfully propagate many lovely Grevilleas from all states of Australia. Helen's passion is to continue to propagate the rarer species along with the hybrids well deserved of a place in gardens. If all Australians grow at least one species endemic to their area there would be less chance of a particular species being lost to the plant world forever.


Recently some fairly ordinary hybrids have appeared in nurseries and some even have given the genus a bad name. Helen believes we should trial plants seriously before we release them onto the market.


There are many beautiful species that will flower almost all year round which we should be promoting and encouraging people to grow. Grevilleas do best by giving them an annual pruning for shape, health, and extra flowers. It would be great not to have to provide artificial food for birds and allow them to gorge themselves on the natural supply in our gardens. Little wrens just love the prickly Grevilleas and each garden should have at least one prickly plant, giving a home for small birds to hide from predators.


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You can contact Helen www.grevilleaheritage.com.au Queries gladly answered.

Grevillea Standard Royal Mantle

Grevillea Weeping Standard - Royal Mantle

Royal Mantle is a hardy ground cover that when grafted onto Grevillea robusta creating a delightful weeping standard. It has beautiful coppery red foliage and dark red toothbrush-type flowers that are borne terminally on short branchlets. The red styles have conspicuous yellow stigmas. (Nursery Pick up only, too tall to ship out.)
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Grevillea Lollypops

Grevillea - Lollypops

Produces deep raspberry pink flowers year round. It grows to around 1.5m by 1.5m and attracts numerous nectar feeding birds. It requires soil with reasonable drainage and is hardy to light frosts. Prune hard at least once a year. Spectacular feature plant for the small garden. Frost tolerant -1C.
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Grevillea Honey barbara compliments of wikipedia

Grevillea - Honey Barbara

This spectacular honey/orange flowered shrub will make for good screening with its 3metre height and 2metre spread. Best in full sun, copes well with mild frosts and once established is regarded as drought tolerant. Watering during extended dry periods will extend the flowering performance. Prune and shape at least by one third in Spring or after flowering and apply a good organic fertilizer suitable for natives.
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Grevillea Paddys Pink ( Grafted )

This is a very attractive grevillea which flowers all year round. It takes well to a tip prune annually. A relatively new grevillea which grows successful in various areas of Australia. Trialled for 5 years and best grafted for high performance. A seedling selection of Grevillea Misty Pink. New Release Coming Soon
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Grevillea baileyana ( grafted )

This is a small tree with striking bronze backed leaves. It has white flowers in spring and early summer. The attractive foliage and flowers make this an excellent garden specimen. Grows 5m high and 2-3 m wide.
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Grevillea commutata (Grafted )

A beautiful loosely growing small shrub 1.5m to 2m. Flowers appear most of the year with the heaviest flowering in summer. Tip prune in late winter. Rare but easily grown. Originates from Port Gregory in WA.
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Grevillea curviloba sub. sp. incurva ( Grafted )

This is quite a hardy grevillea which has a magnificient show of scented creamy white flowers in the spring and spot flowers throughout the growing season. It adapts well to most areas in Australia. Grevillea curviloba is best grafted as it tends to be quite weak on its own roots. Tip prune after flowering flush in the Spring or Autumn. It grows well as a standard grafted onto Grevillea robusta. It grows 1m high and 3m wide. Originates from Muchea WA.
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Grevillea decora ( Grafted )

One of the best grevilleas to grow as it flowers from April to August and it is an important source of food for birds in the winter months. New foliage is brown and its silver rusty foliage is very attractive year round. Prune it annually to keep it bushy and prevent wind damage. Grows 2-5 m high and 2-4 m wide, frost hardy once established. Originates from Queensland - Burra Range, Barcaldine, & the Great Dividing Range.
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Grevillea delta ( Grafted )

This beautiful grevillea will flower all year round. It is wonderful as a hedge and prunes very well. This is a low bush suitable for any garden. Prune lightly once a year. Highly attractive to small birds. Grows 1.5m high by 1.5m wide. Originates from Mt Lesueur WA.
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Grevillea Elegance ( Grafted )

Grevillea Elegance ( Grafted )

This is a hybrid of Grevillea longistyla, it is a very popular grevillea as it withstands most climates. Its has beautiful flowers which attract birds for many months of the year. Grevillea Elegance is a small tree, 4-5 m high with a spread of 3m. Its has light delicate foliage which will not shade out other plants in the garden.
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Grevillea flexuosa ( Grafted )

A lovely scented grevillea with loose long stems which hang, displaying creamy white honey and cinnamon scented flowers. This is a tough bush which needs a good pruning annually pruning back one third of the new growth. 1.5 m high and 2m wide. Attractive foliage and bird attracting. Originates from South Western WA.
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Grevillea levis ( Grafted )

This gorgeous grevillea flowers throughout the year. Its prickly nature adds to its beauty as the little birds like to hide or nest in the bush. Beautiful delicate pink flowers adorn the shrub. Tip prune once a year. This grevillea is best grafted at .5m high to make easy access for pruning. Originates from Mt Churchman in WA.
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Grevillea nudiflora ( Grafted )

This beautiful grevillea flowers for most of the year. It is a wonderful ground cover and the birds love it. Lightly prune annually and remove any dead wood. Ideal for rockeries or as a filler in a sunny spot. It grows to 30cm high and 3m wide, suitable for most areas of Australia. Originates from Albany WA
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Plant Information or Specifications

Max Height (when in the ground with good conditions)

2-5m

Plants required to Pollinate

1 (Self Pollinating)
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Can it Handle Frosts?

Yes

Amount of leaves in Winter?

All Leaves (Evergreen)

 

Customer Comments on Grafted Grevilleas

Tree Information on growing, planting, pruning, maintenance, ripening, taste, pick or bonsai tips. But mainly how to grow a Grafted Grevilleas Share Your Advice or ask questions on our Forum

Grafted Grevilleas

When planting grafted grevilleas with robusta rootstock, remember that this rootstock is quite hungry and will need regular native fertilizer or competition for food will cause sudden death of plants planted close together | Steven Fisher - Modbury, SA 30-Sep-2013

Grafted Grevilleas

My experience in dry tropical NQ is to nuture the root stock and get it well established.Be sure and buy a healthy main stem to start with. | Rosemary Tempany - Mareeba., QLD 03-Oct-2013
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