CHERRY CLUSTER™ Grevillea has masses of cherry coloured flowers
CHERRY CLUSTER™ Grevillea rhyolitica x juniperina ‘TWD01’
Cherry Cluster™ Grevillea has masses of cherry coloured flowers in autumn, winter and spring and will really brighten up your garden. It is a semi-prostrate ground cover bred from the rhyolitica and juniperina varieties of Grevillea.
Cherry Cluster™ Grevillea gains its toughness and slightly broader leaf from Grevillea rhyolitica and its excellent groundcover form from Grevillea juniperina.
The cross between rhyolitica and juniperina will change the way you see Grevilleas.
It is drought hardy and frost hardy, tested to -5 degrees celsius. Cherry Cluster™ Grevillea grows 50cm high x 80cm wide and is very well suited to Southern NSW, ACT, VIC & TAS. Also Adelaide and Perth regions.
Available in small quantities
Its toughness makes it great for mass plantings, native gardens and rockeries with showy flowers.
Attractive red flowers from March to November.
Best Planting Time
March to November.
Full sun to part shade. Good in well drained soils. Drought tolerant and frost hardy, tested to -5° celcius. Is very well suited to the Sydney area.
Prune Cherry Cluster™ Grevillea as required. Only use a native or slow release fertiliser sparingly.
This website gives general information for the states/regions in Australia. For local information on which plants work in your area contact your local grower. Local grower knowledge is vital, this website is no substitute.
Heights shown on the website are for general gardening conditions. In well maintained gardens, some plants will get taller.