What is Grevillea banksii
Grevillea, scientific name:Grevillea banksii, is a half-hardy evergreen shrub and tree of the department Proteaceae , Grevillea native toAustralia - New Caledonia . To set flowers like a big bunch of red silk that year (perpetual) in bloom. What looks like the flower is known as involucral bracts. Green leaf pine needles to cut deep. Grevillea cultivars, hagoromonomaz, red k Road, Pygmy dancers. Photo Robin Gordon is a breed of Glenville.
Common name: Grevillea , scientific name:Grevillea banksii ,
origin: Australia - New Caledonia, life: Half Hardy Evergreen high shrubs, Height: 20 cm ~ 10 m, leaf: needle-shaped and linear, phyllotaxis alternate, margin entire, inflorescence shape: racemes / panicles, inflorescence size: 4-15 cm, flowering time: one year (Hawaii), 11-next April (Japan), flower (calyx color): red, pale yellow, yellow, peach, white, fruit type: nuts, breeding: cuttings, use: garden planted, Potted plants