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How tall does a grafted grevilleas plant get?

Grafted standards are approximately 18 months old and are available in 200mm pots. Plant height ranges from 1.4 – 2 metres above the pot. These plants have semi-advanced heads and are designed to be potted up and grown on. Most are grafted with a prostrate species to produce a unique weeping feature plant.

When is the best time to graft Grevillea?

Grevillea ‘Green Glow’ flowers profusely from late Winter into early spring, with deep pinky-red toothbrush flowers that are highly attractive to nectar feeding birds. One of the reasons I like grafted standard plants is that they are a great feature, adding hight and interest instantly.

Are there grafted grevilleas on the east coast of Australia?

As well as disease resistance, the use of hardy, east coast rootstocks also improves vigour and general performance of the species. The performance of grafted Grevilleas has been proven over many years and most species have been found to be reliable and long lived on the east coast of Australia. Grafting to create a unique weeping standard

What kind of plants can be grafted to native plants?

Grafted Native Plants. Grafting is a valuable horticultural technique that is used to improve disease resistance, plant performace and flowering in a range of native species. Currently our range of grafted species include Grevillea, Brachychiton, Pimelea, Prostanthera and Eremophila.