Grevillea ripicola
COLLIE GREVILLEA, RIVERBANK GREVILLEA
Proteaceae

 
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Plant type: evergreen shrub

Hardiness zones: 9-11

Sunlight: hot overhead sun to warm low sun

Soil Moisture: dry between watering to usually boggy

Soil: ordinary soil, enriched soil, clay, mildly acidic to mildly alkaline

Tolerances: heavy frost
2.5m
Plant habit
 
3.5m

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Fertilising: Only use low phosphorus fertiliser according to manufacturer's directions.

 
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Grevillea ripicola
COLLIE GREVILLEA, RIVERBANK GREVILLEA
Proteaceae

 

  Plant type: evergreen shrub

Hardiness zones: 9-11

Sunlight: hot overhead sun to warm low sun

Soil Moisture: dry between watering to usually boggy

Soil: ordinary soil, enriched soil, clay, mildly acidic to mildly alkaline

Tolerances: heavy frost
2.5m
Plant habit
 
3.5m

FEATURES

Flowers: red or orange

Flowering Time: early spring to late spring, mid winterlate winter

Leaves: mid green

Bark & Stems: spiny leaves


DESIGN

Garden Styles: suits mediterranean, coastal, cottage & bush designs

Uses: informal screen, informal hedge, barrier, border

Growth rate: fast

Maintenance Level: average

Skill Level: average

Animals: nectar, habitat






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