Grevillea 'Lemon Daze'

Family: Proteaceae

Grevillea ‘Lemon Daze’ is a small one metre high shrub. Narrow leaves are light green.

Large pendulous flower heads are a dazzling yellow and pink. Honeyeaters visit the blooms. The lengthy flowering period extends from autumn to spring.

‘Lemon daze’ was developed by Bywong Nursery, southern NSW. They have developed a plethora of interesting native hybrids.

In the garden

This striking hybrid could be grown as a foreground plant in native garden beds. A low informal hedge could be created by using alternate plants of G. ‘Lemon Daze’ and G. ‘Fireworks’.

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By Warren and Gloria Sheather