Gold Rush Grevillea


Genus: Grevillea

Species: 'Goldrush'

A small shrub to 80 cm high and 1 metre wide with dense, small, dark green leaves and drooping, golden-yellow and dull red flowers in winter. Lightly prune after flowering. Bird attractant.

Pronunciation: Gre-vill-ee-ya

Warning: A few plants in the Protea family can be damaged by phosphorous (P). Exercise caution when applying fertiliser. Caution may cause skin irritation.


Australian Native

Garden type

Cottage, Native


H: 50 to 100cm W: 50 to 100cm

Planting information

Part ShadeSun

Flowering season



Readily available

Flower colour



Water rating

Little maintenanceLittle maintenanceLittle maintenance

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