Grevillea “Little Sparkler”Commonly know as:
- Pot Sizes: 150 mm, 200 mm
- Growth Habitat: SS
- Flowering Times: WIN/SPR
Grevillea “Little Sparkler” is a beautiful dwarf garden shrub, with a most prolific display of globulus waxy orange and yellow flowers from early winter through to late spring. A wonderful hybrid originating on the far south coast of NSW, and it looks great hedged as a border, planted as a group, or mixed amongst other garden shrubs.
Honeyeaters and native bees swam to this delightful plant thought out the flowering seasons while the lovely soft green foliage is an added bonus on the rear occasion that the plant is not in flower.
Grevillea “Little Sparkler” grows and flowers best in a well drained soil in a full sun position. If the soil is poorly drained a raised garden bed is recommended. Alternatively Grevillea “Little Sparkler” makes a fine large pot specimen, using a premium Australian native potting mix.
Grevillea “Little Sparkler” is a hardy plant tolerating extended dry periods and heavy frost. After establishment in the ground, Grevillea “Little Sparkler” requires no additional watering.