Grevillea poorinda

Grevillea poorinda

Grevillea poorinda is a graceful and delicate evergreen shrub, native to Australia.

With the right climate, it is grown in the ground in a sunny position.

The leaves are alternate, small or large depending on the species, generally giving the plant a feathery appearance.

The graceful flowers that appear in summer have a tubular calyx with no petals, appearing collected in dense racemes.

These inflorescences can be of different colours: red, pink, yellow or crimson.

It reaches up to 180cm in height and 150cm in width.

It can be used as a splash of colour in the garden.

It requires a soil poor in phosphorus and the minimum recommended temperature is -3/-5°C.

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