Grevillea ‘Goldfever’ is a low spreading shrub that produces golden flowers for most of the year. ‘Goldfever’ grows to approximately 30cm high and 1.5m across. It is suitable for use as a groundcover or pot plant. Both heavy soil and frosts are tolerated.
|Origin:||From a cross between Grevillea juniperina prostrate yellow form and Grevillea rhyolitica.|
|Uses:||Ideal as a ground cover or living mulch.|
|Fauna:||Attracts nectar feeding birds|
|Maintenance:||Prune if required in late spring. Fertilize with a low phosphorus fertilizer|
|Legal Protection:||Protected by Plant Breeders Rights. PBR 2887|
|See also different:||Grevillea Selection|