Grevillea are an Australian member of the Proteaceae family known for their dense shrubby appearance and brush -like flowers formed by a tightly packed inflorescence.
The White Wings Grevillea is one of the larger members of the group, making in excellent filler for open areas or a screening plant. In the spring, through summer the bush produces a flurry of white blooms and fills the air with a delightful honey scent. It is a favorite for birds, bees and other pollinators.
Growth Form: 5-10 ft in height, sprawling in width 10 Ft and over.
Light: Full Sun to part Shade
Water: Drought Tolerant (Once Established)
Soil: Neutral to Alkaline, Well Drained Soil
Hardiness: USDA hardiness zones 9 to 11. In Sunset zones, they thrive in zones 8, 9, 12-24
Maintenance: Prune in fall to maintain shape and size, Feed every other year