Grevillea Amethyst: is a hybrid whose parents are Grevillea confertifolia and Grevillea sericea. This is a case where the progeny has taken on all the good points of both parents. In fact Grevillea Amethyst flowers are brighter and more profuse than the blooms of either of the parents.
Grevillea Amethyst is a small, rounded shrub with slightly prickly foliage and masses of showy, mauve flowers in spring. Sporadic flowering occurs at other times.
Our Grevillea Amethyst plant, when flowering, is one of the most eye-catching plants in our gardens. The mauve flowers literally cover the plant.
Grevillea Amethyst could be cultivated in a rockery, native cottage garden or as a brilliant foreground plant in a native garden bed.
Propagate from cuttings. We will certainly be producing more of this beautiful hybrid so that plants may be scattered throughout our gardens.