G.ias.JPG (5766 bytes)Grevillea iascapula is a rare species from southern New South Wales. Compact growth habit, soft light green foliage and large clusters of  cream and pink flowers are characteristics of this hardy Grevillea. At Yallaroo, Grevillea iascapula has proved to be frost hardy and drought resistant. Flowers are present for most of the year and attract nectar-feeding native birds. Pruning will maintain a compact shape. Grevillea iascapula is one of the easiest species to propagate from cutting.