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Grevillea 'Ochre Pokers'

ACRA 1258

Applicant: Neil R Marriott

Origin: Open pollination with one parent thought to be Grevillea 'Canning Classic'

Distinctive Characters: Low spreading habit, huge showy flowers racemes and soft once divided leaves. Grevillea ‘Canning Classic’ has longer leaves 10-15 cm long, more numerous leaf lobes (11-17) with frequent secondary division of lower lobes, longer floral pedicels (10-12 mm long) and larger pollen-presenter.

Comparator/s: Grevillea ‘Canning Classic’

Habit/Description: A moderately dense, spreading, grey-green, shrub

Size: 0.3-1m H x 0.8-1.5m W

Flower Colour: Perianth grey-orange; style and style-end brownish-orange

Flower Size: 20-22mm; conflorescence  c 150 mm

Flowering time: Oct-Jan

Colour Coding RHS 1995:

Flowers - Style – 166c
Leaves upper surface – 137a

Frost hardiness: High

Drought hardiness: High

In cultivation since: 2006

Where has it been tested? Stawell Victoria

ACCEPTED FOR REGISTRATION ON: 16 November 2010