Grevillea 'Gaudichaudii'

Grevillea Gaudi Chaudi, Prostrate Grevillea


An tough, compact, spreading Australian native with a low-growing habit. The fern-like foliage is reddish bronze when new, changing to dark green in maturity. The abundant, maroon-red toothbrush flowers appear from Spring to Winter. Prefers acidic, well drained light or heavy soils but can survive extended wet periods. Frost and drought tolerant once established. Prefers part shade but will grow in full sun. Excellent choice for cascading down an embankment, spilling over a retaining wall, or as a groundcover beneath trees in Native gardens. Bird attracting. Prune lightly after flowering to keep tidy and apply a slow release native fertiliser in Spring


DimensionsHeight: 0.1 to 0.3m, Width: 3m
Aspect Full sun, Part shade
OriginA natural hybrid from NSW
Pests & diseasesNo major problems
Typical sizes140mm, 200mm

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