Summer is here! Grevilleas are the coolest pick to make your garden colourful, wild-like & attractive. Grevilleas are Australian natives plants, they’re hardy and easy to grow and bear striking blooms for many months of the year. Their flowers are fragrant in some varieties and can be spider-like, toothbrush-style, or large and brush-like. Also, now is the best time to visit your nearest plant nursery Melbourne to pick up these. If you’re curious to know the best varieties of Grevillea, let’s get started.
If your garden is dull & want to make your garden a little showy, Grevillea 'Superb' is the plant you must pick. They colour your entire garden with a bold statement & attract birds & butterflies to your garden. They give rise to ombre orange and pink blooms & are large and eye-catching. With prickly foliage, this quick-spreading shrub works well as a screening plant.
Needless to say, Grevillea 'Elegance' is a surefire way to make a good display in any garden. Their flowers sure know how to put on a show. When planted & cared rightly, they can reach up to 3 metres in high & spread widely to make the space look perkier & give privacy to you with its dense foliage.
If you prefer a lovely dense backdrop for your garden, these can make your dream come true. With apricot-like fruits like an upside-down weepy flower structure, they hold a unique charm and work well whether as a hedge or a border.
Fondly known as fuchsia grevillea, this particular variety produces plump red blooms in contrast to the dark green foliage. If you’re a fan of the red & green combo, this can suit your style & your garden.
Grevillea 'Pink Midget'
So, if you’re looking for a wildlife garden and aim for a ground keeper, Grevillea 'Pink Midget' is the one you’d fall in love with. The low & compact shrub grows up to 30cm in height & can spread up to 1 metre wide. They produce pink blooms and can make your garden cover appear like a fairyland.
Varieties: Grevillea Moonlight, Grevillea Apricot Glow, Grevillea Bonfire, Grevillea Ground Cover, Grevillea Rosmarinifolia, Grevillea Forest Rambler, Grevillea Olivacea, Grevillea Coconut Ice, Grevillea Fireworks, Grevillea Copper Crest, Grevillea Clearview David, Grevillea Canterbury Gold, Grevillea Barklyana Gully, Grevillea Bonnie Prince Charles, Grevillea Deua Flame, Grevillea Endlicheriana Spindly, Grevillea Ivanhoe, Grevillea Gaudi Chaud