Robyn Gordon Grevillea. One of the more cold hardy of all members of the Protea family, this lovely shrub has large, succulent flowers in shades of cream, pink and red. It blooms spring through fall and grows 6 feet tall and 12 feet wide.
Light: Full sun.
Water: Moderate. It is important to water in the summer when it is very dry.
Soil: Fast draining, acid, and nutrient poor. Be careful not to disturb the roots.
Fertilizer: Use a very low phosphorus (or no phosphorus), slow-release fertilizer, or a mild organic fertilizer such as fish emulsion. Like all Proteaceae, it will not tolerate phosphorus.
Hardiness: USDA Zone 9.
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