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GREVILLEA juniperina 'New Blood'
Spider Flower


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:: Proteaceae :: GREVILLEA :: juniperina x rhyolitica :: 'New Blood'
  • Type of products available: 0/1/1P9
  • Protection : PBR 45776

Main asset

An evergreen ground-cover with an outstanding long blossoming, very resistant to drought.


The Grevillea prefer poor and drained soil. Grevillea juniperina is one of the most hardy (down to -15 ° C in sandy soil). Its leaves are spiny, larger than the type.

Obtention Peter James Ollerenshaw, Bywong Nurseries (Australia), diffusion

Native from Australia, this species, considered as the most hardy, adpats itself quite well to our coastlines free from alkaline soils. The variety 'New Blood' has a spreading habit, a very long bloom (autumn to spring except cold periods) bright red.

  • Uses: rockery, embankment, sunny shrub bed, planter, pot

Global caracteristics:

  • Type of foliage: evergreen
  • Habit: spread
  • Height: 25 cm x 1 m (0.8 ft x 3 ft)
  • Growth: medium to fast
  • Flowering period: October to June

Shape and colours:

  • Foliage shape: acicular
  • Foliage colour: green
  • Flowers shape: claw shaped
  • Flowers colour: red


  • Soil type: drained, acid to neutral
  • Exposure: sun
  • Hardiness: - 10 °C (14 °F - USDA zone 8a)