Grevillea victoriae miqueliana
A grand, shaggy- to woolly-hairy shrub.
Grevillea miqueliana typically reaches to a height of 1.5–2.5 m and a width of 3m.
It has elliptic to egg-shaped leaves that feature velvety-soft to shaggy hairs on the lower surface.
Red-hued, spider-shaped blooms, accompanied by striking yellow and orange blotches, appear in most months, not in snow.
Tolerant of frost, this large shrub prefers light clay to sandy soils, and can be pruned to create a screen; it is additionally beloved by birds.
Please note: No live plants can be sent to Tasmania, N.T, W.A or overseas. sorry for any inconvenience.