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Grevillea 'Spider Mist'

ACRA 1539

Applicant: Brian Roach, Westleigh, NSW (on behalf of the ANPSA Grevillea Study Group)

Date (when first selected or introduced): 2011

Description: Compact shrub, 2.0m (h) x 2.0m (w)

Flowers: Perianth: Red; stamens: yellow; conflorescence 40mm x 60mm; from July-Sept

Foliage Colour: Grey/green

Colour Coding RHS Colour Chart 1995 :

Flowers: Perianth: Young greyed Red Group 178b, Older: Red Group 47a; Stamens: Yellow Group 4b, Stigma: Green Group 138a

Leaves: Upper surface: Green Group 133a–139a; Lower surface: Greyed green group 191a

Comparators: Grevillea arenaria, Grevillea ‘Fireworks’

Reasons for distinctiveness: Grevillea ‘Spider Mist’ is a medium compact shrub with leaves and form similar to G. arenaria but the flowers are more like those of G. ‘Fireworks’. Grevillea ‘Fireworks’ is a small upright shrub to one metre.

Accepted for Registration: 13 November 2015