Grevillea 'Bronze Rambler'
Grevillea Bronze Rambler
A vigorous, prostrate shrub, which forms a dense mat of foliage and branches. Leaves are mid-green, deeply cut and fern-like. New growth is a deep bronze colour. The profusion of crimson toothbrush flowers lie flat amongst the foliage. They are up to 60mm long, appear in Spring and are repeat flowering throughout the year. Tolerates both clay and sandy soils provided they are free-draining. Drought and frost hardy and withstands coastal conditions. Good for difficult sites rapidly covering banks and batters. Can also be grafted onto Grevillea robusta and made into a weeping standard. Apply a native slow release fertiliser in Spring.
|Dimensions||Height: 0.2 to 0.3m, Width: 4.5m|
|Origin||Australia - a cultivar originating in Moe, Victoria.|
|Pests & diseases||No major problems|
|Typical sizes||140mm, 200mm|