Grevillea Goldrush: is a member of the Proteaceae family and is a hybrid whose parents are said to be a form of Grevillea alpina and Grevillea rosmarinifolia. This hybrid was registered in the early 1980ís.
Grevillea Goldrush is a small shrub that will reach a height of 80 centimetres with a width of one metre.
Leaves are linear, pointed, densely packed along the stems and 20 millimetres long by 3 millimetres wide.
Colourful, eye-catching flowers are yellow-orange with red styles. Blooms are carried between June and December.
Grevillea Goldrush has proved to be free-flowering, hardy as well as drought and frost tolerant. This robust hybrid could be grown on the borders of native plant beds.
Grevillea Goldrush is similar in appearance to Grevillea Austraflora McDonald Park and Grevillea Bonnie Prince Charlie.
Propagate from cuttings.