Grevillea olivacea ‘Orange’ is a hardy shrub that can add colour and interest to a garden. Its foliage is a deep green colour, and it produces clusters of orange flowers in the winter and spring. The flowers are popular with nectar-feeding birds, making this a great plant for wildlife gardens. This Grevillea can grow up to 3-4 metres tall and wide, making it a great choice for hedging or as a feature plant. It thrives in a full sun position and well-drained soil, and once established, it is tolerant of drought and frost.
Grevillea olivacea Orange
GREVILLEA OLIVACEA ORANGE
Height: Up to 3-4 metres.
Width: Up to 2-3 metres.
Aspect: Prefers full sun to partial shade and can grow in a wide range of soil types, including sandy, clay, and loamy soils.
Flowers: Produces flowers orange-red in color and appear in clusters in the spring and fall.
Uses: Grevillea olivacea ‘Orange’ is commonly used as an ornamental plant in gardens and parks due to its showy flowers and attractive foliage. It also provides habitat and food for birds and other wildlife.