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Grevillea 'Panrock Princess'

ACRA 1538

Applicant: Neil Marriott, Stawell Victoria (on behalf of ANPSA Grevillea Study Group)

Date (when first selected or introduced): 16 July 2015

Origin: Result of a controlled pollination

Description: Upright compact shrub, 1.5 m (h) x 1.75 m (w)

Flowers: Terminal erect bottle brush type flowers ca 25–30mm in diameter x 60–70mm long from Aug–Feb

Foliage: Linear terete and much divided, green

Colour Coding RHS Colour Chart 1995 :

Perianth and Style: Red Purple Group 60c
Perianth limb: Greyed Green Group 188b
Leaves (upper surface): Green Group 137c

Comparators: Grevillea oligomera, G. petrophiloides

Reasons for distinctiveness: Grevillea 'Panrock Princess' differs from G. oligomera in its green, mostly divided leaves, and in its rich pink bottlebrush flowers being held on erect leafless branches just above the foliage. It differs from Grevillea petrophiloides in its smaller and erect habit, and in its rich pink flowers being held on shortly leafless branches just above the foliage.

Accepted for Registration: 7 March 2016