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Grevillea 'Grampians Gold'

Grevillea alpina 'Grampians Gold'

ORIGIN: Grevillea 'Grampians Gold' is a selected form of Grevillea alpina that was originally colected by Ms D Gavin of Mt Evelyn, Victoria. The plant was discovered in the Grampians. Cultivar received by the Authority 10 September 1989. The applicants are R. and G. Elliot, "Stringybarks", Belfast Road, Montrose, 3765, Victoria.

DESCRIPTION: This cultivar has golden yellow flowers and the perianth is covered in prominent brownish hairs. All other characteristics are as for G. alpina.

DIAGNOSIS: Grevillea 'Grampians Gold' has golden yellow flowers and prominent rusty brown hairs covering the perianth segments. This distinguishes it from the normal colour forms of G. alpina which are red and yellow or red and cream.

COLOUR CODE: RHS Colour Chart 1966.

perianth segments: yellow orange group 17C.

perianth hairs: greyed orange group 164A.

stigma: yellow group 4A.

stigmatic plate: yellow green group 154A.

ACRA REFERENCES: ACC209; ACRA076; CBG8008972.

ACCEPTED FOR REGISTRATION ON: 20 March 1981