Grevillea

Grevillea

(gre-vil-lle-a)

The Grevillea family is quite large containing over 250 varieties, all members of the Protea genus.

 

Grevillea Ivanhoe

Grevillea Ivanhoe is a foliage sold all year round with occasional breaks in supply. Ivanhoe has green and red strong, jagged, saw tooth like leaves.

Grevillea Ivanhoe - Foliage - Photo Credit Allison Linder

Grevillea Ivanhoe - Side - Photo Credit Allison Linder Grevillea Ivanhoe - Aerial - Photo Credit Allison Linder

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Grevillea Johnsonii

Grevillea Johnsonii is commonly known as Johnson’s Grevillea or Spider Flower. The striking red to orange flowers are harvested from a large shrub during the Australian spring. Johnsonii is seasonally available. Please ask your salesperson for this week’s availability.

 

Grevillea Johnsonii - Aerial - Photo Credit Allison Linder Grevillea Johnsonii - Side - Photo Credit Allison Linder

Grevillea Johnsonii - Not Bloomed - Photo Credit Allison Linder Grevillea Johnsonii - Bloomed - Photo Credit Allison Linder

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Flowering Grevillea

Grevillea Flowers are also called “Spider Flowers”. They’re a member of the Protea family of highly unusual exotic flowers. Once native to Australia, Grevillea Flowers are now grown in temperate regions for the floral trade. These very unique flowers are harvested from small trees and shrubs. Vase life is outstanding and they’re seasonally available.

 Grevillea Flowers - Photo Credit Allison Linder

Flowering Grevillea - Yellow - Photo credit Allison Linder Grevillea Flower - Peach - Photo credit Allison Linder

Photo Credit: Allison Linder©

Please consult with your salesperson this week’s availability.