Grevillea ‘Noellii’

(Noel Grevillea)

By January 15, 2021
Close up of Noel Grevillea, Grevillea 'Noellii' with pink flowers

About Grevillea ‘Noellii’ (Noel Grevillea)

This evergreen shrub is known as Grevillea ‘Noellii’ or, more commonly, Noel Grevillea. Its blooming season begins in late winter welcoming spider-like flowers to accompany its toothbrush foliage. Its pink flowers are petal-less made up of calyx tubes that branch off into four separate lobes. With a particularly long blooming season, repeat flowering lasts throughout the spring season. Reaching an average landscape size of 4-8′ x 8′ and growing in a mounding shape, this shrub adds an interesting texture to almost any landscape area.

This plant is deer resistant, drought-resistant, and is known to attract hummingbirds.

How to Care for Grevillea ‘Noellii’

Plant this shrub in an area that receives full sunlight using well-draining soil. Water regularly after planting to establish a healthy root system then reduce frequency. Fertilizer can be used in the spring to encourage new growth.

Where to plant

Noel Grevillea is a highly versatile plant that can be used to frame a pathway, act as a barrier next to a fence, or as a medium-large sized hedging plant depending on how it is pruned. Its mounding shape also makes this variety great when planted in clusters. Its look fits nicely in contemporary landscape designs or rock garden designs.

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Botanical Name: Grevillea 'Noellii'

Common Name: Noel Grevillea

Average Landscape Size: 4-8' x 8'

Plant Type: Evergreen

Bloom Color: Pink

Foliage Color: Green

Forms: Bush

Special Features: Attracts Birds, Showy Spring Flowers, Year-round Interest, Attracts Hummingbirds,