A large fast-growing shrub or small tree that grows up to twelve feet tall by eight feet wide with fine textured foliage and large ivory-colored spidery toothbrush-like flowers at the branch tips nearly year-round. The green leaves with gray on the underside are six to eight inches long-large in profile but finely dissected and fern-like. Prune occasionally by shearing. This cultivar was originally described as a seedling selection of Grevillea whiteana, which it does not really resemble, but later reports were that it was the result of crossing Grevillea banksii with Grevillea whiteana.
- Plant in full sun
- Best in well-drained soil, does not need irrigation
- Attracts hummingbirds, birds and bees
- Hardy up to 20 degrees
-Native to Australia