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Grevillea 'Dorothy Gordon'

ORIGIN: Applicant the Myall Park Botanic Garden, application received on November 9, 2007. Cultivar was selected in 2006.

DESCRIPTION: A moderately dense medium shrub, 1.2m high x 1m wide, long spikes of deep mauve pink flowers. Foliage: green grey, new growth bronze. Flowers: a spike 90-100mm long, mauve pink. Flowering period: March, July/Aug, Dec (Qld)

DIAGNOSIS: Originally thought to be a Grevillea beadleana hybrid with pink mauve flowers, but later reported by Dr Nita C. Lester to be a hybrid between G. sessilis and G. paradoxa (pers com email 8.1.2013)

COLOUR CODE : RHS Colour Chart 1995

Flowers: 63C/70C Red/Purple Group
Leaves upper surface: 119D Blue /Green Group

CULTIVATION: This cultivar is currently being trialled and is expected to be available commercially in 2009. Cultivation information is therefore limited. Thought to moderately drought and frost hardy.

ACRA 1265

ACCEPTED FOR REGISTRATION ON: 1 January 2009