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Grevillea olivacea yellow is a Western Australian native. Commonly known as the 'olive Grevillea due to the shape and colour of the foliage. This showy Grevillea is very popular due to its waterwise properties. Olivacea yellow has dense, deep-green foliage and displays a profusion of spider-like yellow flowers produced for an extended period from winter through to late spring. This native has an upright growing habit with densely packed foliage. The Grevillea is perfect for attracting birds to your garden. This particular Grevillea is ideal as a hedge, perfect for your native garden or as a member of your general garden. Popular with landscapers for mass plantings and ideal as a screen. Grevilleas prefer full sun, are hardy and drought tolerant and will grow in a large range of soil types, including coastal areas. Will tolerate periods of dryness once established, but will benefit from deep watering occasionally in dry weather. Olivacea yellow is low maintenance although pruning after flowering maintains the desired shape and compact growth. Feeding with a low phosphorus controlled release fertiliser in early spring or late summer is beneficial. Mulch to suppress weeds and retain soil moisture. Grevillea olivacea yellow will grow to a height of 2.5 to 4m high and 2.5 - 4m wide.

Grevillea olivacea yellow

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