Grevillea_Lemon_Daze.JPG (33534 bytes)Grevillea Lemon Daze: is a member of the Proteaceae family and is a hybrid whose parentage is shared between Grevillea lanigera Mt Tamboritha, Grevillea rosmarinifolia lutea and Grevillea alpina Gold Streak.

Grevillea Lemon Daze was developed by Bywong Nursery, situated in southern New South Wales. This nursery has developed an amazing range of Australian native plant cultivars including various Correas, Grevilleas and Leptospermums.

Grevillea Lemon Daze is a small shrub, reaching a height of one metre, with light green, narrow leaves.

Large pendulous flower heads are a dazzling yellow and pink. A long flowering period extends from autumn to spring. The nectar-rich blooms attract honeyeaters.

Grevillea Lemon Daze is a striking hybrid that could be grown as a foreground plant in native garden beds.

An interesting, low, informal hedge could be created by using alternate plants of Grevillea Lemon Daze and Grevillea Fireworks, another Bywong Nursery selection.

Propagate from cuttings.