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Grevillea Bonfire - Bonfire Grevillea

Grevillea Bonfire is a hub of activity in the garden. Grevillea Bonfire is a prime plant for attracting hummingbirds. Several hummingbirds are always competing for the nectar throughout the long blooming season. Grevillea Bonfire is Winter hardy to 25° F. Grevillea Bonfire prefers a sunny spot in the garden but does better than most in partial to moderate shade. Grevillea Bonfire is drought tolerant once established. Grevillea Bonfire grows 8-10 feet tall, a bit taller than wide. The coral red flowers grow at the tips of the branches. The leaves are narrow and green. Grevillea Long John is similar and has a shared parent. Grevillea Bonfire has finer foliage and grows more densly and has better shade tolerance.

Grevillea Bonfire

Flowers and foliage of Grevillea Bonfire. High resolution photos are part of our garden image collection.

Other plants from the Grevillea genus featured on this site:
Grevillea alpina
Grevillea Coastal Gem
Grevillea juniperina Molonglo
Grevillea Kings Rainbow
Grevillea Long John
Grevillea Magic Lantern
Grevillea Moonlight
Grevillea noellii
Grevillea paniculata
Grevillea Peaches and Cream
Grevillea Pink Pearl
Grevillea Poorinda Blondie
Grevillea Red Hooks
Grevillea robusta
Grevillea Robyn Gordon
Grevillea Scarlet Sprite
Grevillea victoriae
Grevillea White Wings