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Grevillea 'Neil Bell' Grevillea 'Neil Bell'

Hybrid seedling that came up in OSU Grevillea researcher Neil Bell's garden at the base of his Grevillea victoriae so carries a preponderance of the all the good traits of the parent.  What are those good traits, you say?  Hardiness, showy reddish flowers in summer, evergreen, tough, hummingbirds love it, deer hate it.  Grow dryish and lean.

Price: $18.00
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Grevillea 'Poorinda Leane' Grevillea 'Poorinda Leane'

Narrow evergreen leaves and clusters of rusty yellow flowers suitable for hummingbirds on this zone 8 hardy Aussie shrub. In the family Proteaceae which for garden purposes could be Latin for "hates phosphorous" so no need to fertilize. perfect for the gravel garden in full sun.  Young plants, fast growing.

Price: $16.00
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Grevillea 'The Precious' Grevillea 'The Precious'

Our friend Ian Barclay's introduction from Desert Northwest Nursery (awesome plants!) of this seedling of 'Leanne' and an improvement of that selection.  Darker green foliage and lighter yellow flowers in mid to late winter and a small rebloom in fall.  Grows fast and leave it some room like all Grevillea but very amenable to pruning.  Prefers mineral soil, no fertilizer.

Price: $18.00
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Grevillea rivularis Grevillea rivularis

Carrington Falls Grevillea.  Of limited distribution in New South Wales Australia where it is found along streambanks, this was not formally described until 1960.  To 6' tall and spreading, this has great foliage coupled with light pink flowers with long stamens.  Mr. Grevillea, Ian Barclay, rates this as good to 10F but grow it lean and low to no phosphorous.

Price: $16.00
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Grevillea victoriae 'Murray Valley Queen' Grevillea victoriae 'Murray Valley Queen'

Very hardy winter blooming shrub from Tasmania which Ciscoe proclaims as his favorite plant of all time or at least until he talks about the next plant.  We agree though - this plant totally rules.  No problems whatsoever but little or no fertilizer. Buff orange flowers.  Shorter selection.

Price: $20.00
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Grevillea x gaudichaudii Grevillea x gaudichaudii

Gorgeous groundcover whose oak-like leaves with burgundy-copper new growth are complemented by the red feathered combs of flowers in early to mid summer.  This is doing great at the Miller Garden in Seattle as well as the Barca garden on Whidbey Island where it is sited against the house gacing south in a raised gravel bed.  Can grow 4+ feet across.

Price: $24.00
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