Grevillea ‘Flamingo’

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Grevillea ‘Flamingo’

‘Flamingo’ is one of a spectacular range of new hybrid grevilleas produced by Richard Tomkin at Changers Green Nursery in Queensland.

Plant details

Common name: Flamingo

Botanical name: Grevillea ‘Flamingo’

Description: In Queensland ‘Flamingo’ grows to around 3x3m (10×10′) with a moderately weeping habit. On one stem there can be from one to twelve flowers, which are so large they hang upside down. They are gold in the bud, opening to flamingo pink.

Climate: The best areas to grow Grevillea ‘Flamingo’ are Adelaide, Sydney, Perth, Brisbane, the tropics and inland zones. It is also worth a try in Hobart or Melbourne.

Good points:

beautiful pink/gold tropical brush flowers flowers are carried in an unusual upside down fashion highly bird attracting long flowering


Because ‘Flamingo’ is a new grevillea, you won’t be able to find it at your local nursery. However, it will be available within six months from Fairhill Native Plants, Fairhill Road, Yandina, QLD, 4561. Phone: (07) 5446 7088.

Further information

For more details about ‘Flamingo’, ‘Billy Bonkers’ or any of the other new hybrid grevilleas bred by Richard Tomkin, contact:

Changers Green Nursery
Bungadoo Road
Gin Gin, QLD, 4671.
Phone: (07) 4157 4283