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Grevillea Pink Pearl

Grevillea Pink Pearl grows as a dense shrub 4-6 feet tall and taller than wide. Grevillea Pink Pearl has slender green leaves, about an inch long with a sharp tip. Grevillea Pink Pearl grows well in full sun or strong indirect light. The curly spidery pink flowers go from a pale to dark from the center. Grevillea Pink Pearl blooms from winter into Summer. This is a prime plant for bees and attracting hummingbirds. Several hummingbirds are always competing for the nectar throughout the long blooming season. Grevillea Pink Pearl is hardy to a 20-25° F. Grevillea Pink Pearl will require good drainage, you can achieve this by planting on a slope or mound or by making sure your soil drains well.

Grevillea Pink Pearl

A photo of the flowers and foliage of Grevillea Pink Pearl. High resolution photos are part of our garden image collection.

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Grevillea Coastal Gem
Grevillea Kings Rainbow
Grevillea Long John
Grevillea Magic Lantern
Grevillea Moonlight
Grevillea noellii
Grevillea paniculata
Grevillea Peaches and Cream
Grevillea Poorinda Blondie
Grevillea Red Hooks
Grevillea robusta
Grevillea Robyn Gordon
Grevillea victoriae