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Grevillea Red Hooks

Grevillea Red Hooks can grow to 10-15 feet tall and is typically wider than tall. Grevillea Red Hooks is drought tolerant and prefers decent drainage and a low water irrigation area. Grevillea Red Hooks is tolerant of heavier soils so long as there is a slope and damp conditions don't last too long. The foliage of Grevillea Red Hooks is deeply divided and green. Grevillea Red Hooks is a great addition to the hummingbird garden with its toothbrush style red flowers. Grevillea Red Hooks is Winter tolerant of temperatures that approach 20°F.

Grevillea Red Hooks

Red toothbrush flowers and disected foliage of Grevillea Red Hooks. 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 Kings Rainbow
Grevillea Long John
Grevillea Magic Lantern
Grevillea Moonlight
Grevillea noellii
Grevillea Peaches and Cream
Grevillea Poorinda Blondie
Grevillea robusta
Grevillea Robyn Gordon
Grevillea victoriae