- Flower nameGrevillea 'Honey Gem'
- Scientific nameGrevillea banksii × grevillea pteridifolia
- AliasGrevillea 'Honey Gem', グレヴァレア, ハニージェム
- Place of originAustralia
- Place of floweringBotanical Gardens
- Flowering seasonJanuary, February, March, April, November, December
- Language of flowersWaiting for you
What is Grevillea 'Honey Gem'
Grevillea 'Honey Gem' (scientific name: Grevillea banksii × Grevillea pteridifolia) is a species of evergreen shrub native to Australia, in the family Lamiaceae ( It is a cultivar of Grevillea, a semi-hardy evergreen shrub of the genus Grevillea. It was bred from a cross between Grevillea banksii and Grevillea pteridifolia. It produces long-lasting clusters of flowers (the bracts look like flowers) that look like many silken threads. The flowers are yellow to orange in color.
Common name: Grevillea 'Honey Gem', Scientific name: Grevillea banksii × Grevillea pteridifolia, Origin: Australia; Type of life: semi-hardy evergreen shrub; Tree height: 3-6 m; Leaf length: 30 cm; Leaf width: 25 cm, Leaf shape: conical/linear; leaf color: dark green; Leaf inflorescence: alternate; leaf margins: entire; Flower inflorescence shape: paniculate/conical; inflorescence length: 16 cm, Inflorescence length: 16 cm, inflorescence diameter: 8 cm, flowering season: November to April of the following year (Japan), Flower color (calyx color): light yellow, yellow, orange; fruit type: firm; propagation: cuttings; uses: garden planting, potted.