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List of Grevillea cultivars


This is a list of cultivars of the plant genus Grevillea.

Contents

  • A to E 1
  • F to J 2
  • K to O 3
  • P to R 4
  • S to Z 5
  • See also 6
  • References 7

A to E

Cultivar Image Registration Parentage and notes Reference
'Allyn Radiance' PBR, received 1996, granted 1998[1] G. juniperina var. aurea (prostrate orange) x G. juniperina var. rubra (prostrate red). Released 1995.[1]
'Apricot Charm' [157]
'Apricot Glow' [158]
'Aromas' Similar to type form of G. rosmarinifolia. Has been commercially available in the USA, but unknown in Australia. [2]
'Audrey' G. juniperina x G. victoriae Synonym of G. 'Audreyae'. Originated in 1957. [2]
(Austraflora cultivars) listed by second name, e.g. 'Austraflora Bon Accord > 'Bon Accord'
'Autumn Waterfall' PBR: received 2004, granted 2006[1] G. bipinnatifida (glauca form) x G. 'Honey Gem'[1]
'Bairnsdale' ACRA: received 1985, accepted 1989 seedling selection of G. 'Poorinda Constance' [3]
'Bedspread' PBR: accepted 2001, granted 2003[1] [159]
'Billy Bonkers' G. nana subsp. abbreviata x G. 'Sid Cadwell' [160]
'Birdsong' PBR, 2000 G. 'Honey Gem' x G. banksii[1]
'Blood Orange' PBR: acceped 2006, granted 2009[1]
'Bon Accord' ACRA: received 1985, accepted 1986 G. johnsonii x G. wilsonii [161] photo
'Bonfire' G. johnsonii x G. wilsonii [162]
'Bonnie Prince Charlie' ACRA: received 1982, accepted 1992 G. rosmarinifolia and G. alpina (Grampians form) [163] photo
'Boongala Spinebill' G. bipinnatifida x G. caleyi [164]
'Border Red' [165]
'Bronze Rambler' ACRA:received 1985, accepted 1988 G. rivularis x G. 'Poorinda Peter' [166] [167]
'Brookvale Letitia' ACRA:received 1978, accepted 1988 G. barkylana subsp. macleayana x G. acanthifolia subsp. acanthifolia; also known as G. 'Toowoomba Beauty' [168] photo
'Burke 2' PBR[1]
'Burke 3' PBR[1]
'Callum's Gold' PBR[1]
'Caloundra Gem' G. banksii x G. 'Coochin Hills' (G. hodgei) [169]
'Canberra Gem' ACRA: accepted 1976 G. juniperina x G. rosmarinifolia [170]
'Canterbury Gold' ACRA: received 1978, accepted 1981 G. juniperina (prostrate yellow form) and G. victoriae var.leptoneura [4] photo
'Carpet Layer' PBR [171]
'Carpet Queen'
'Cascade' uncertain origin [2]
'Chatsworth Lorran' ACRA: received 1990, accepted 1992 G. thelemanniana x unknown [172] photo
'Cherry Brandy' ACRA: received 1981, accepted 1989 F2 hybrid of G. `Misty Pink', [173] photo
'Claire Dee' Red flowering form of G. banksii x G. bipinnatifida[5] photos
'Clearview David' ACRA: accepted 1976 G. rosmarinifolia x G. 'Crosbie Morrison', raised by Bill Cane of Maffra, Victoria [6] photo
'Clearview John' natural form of G. lanigera from Lake Glenmaggie [2]
'Cleaview Robin' PBR[1] G. lanigera (Snowy River form) x G. lanigera (Victor Harbor form) [2]
'Coastal Dawn' PBR[1]
'Coastal Gem' form of G. lanigera
'Coastal Glimpse' PBR, 2004[1] 'Sandra Gordon' x (probably) 'Moonlight' [174]
'Coastal Glow' G. barklyana subsp. macleayana x G. aspleniifolia or G. longifolia Also known as 'Frampton's Hybrid' [2]
'Coastal Impressive' PBR, 2004[1] 'Sylvia' x 'Majestic' [175]
'Coastal Prestige' PBR, 2004[1] 'Sylvia' x (possibly) 'Majestic'
'Coastal Sunset' PBR[1]
'Coastal Twilight' PBR[1]
'Coconut Ice' ACRA: received 1984, accepted 1993 G. bipinnatifida x G. banksii (white flowered form) [176] photo
'Cooroora Cascade' F2 seedling of 'Golden Lyre'[7] [177]
'Copper Crest' ACRA: received 1977, accepted 1979 G. aquifolium x G. acanthifolia [178] photo
'Copper Rocket' Similar to G. x gaudichaudii, but upright habit. Released by Faceys Nursery, Victoria [2]
'Coral' Selected seedling of G. alpina (Cardinia form) [2]
'Crimson Glory' ACRA: received 1984, accepted 1988 G. acanthifolia x G. willisii [179] photo
'Crosbie Morrison' ACRA: accepted 1988 G. lanigera x G. lavandulacea. The name honours Victorian naturalist Philip Crosbie Morrison (1900 - 1958) [180] photo
'Crowning Glory'
'Dargan Hill' unknown origin [2]
'Desert Flame' Form of G. rosmarinifolia from the Little Desert. [2]
(Deua Flame) = G. rhylolitica subspecies semivestita [181]
'Dorothy' G. lavandulacea x (possibly) G. obtusiflora. Produced in 1963. [2]
'Dorothy Gordon' ACRA: received 2007, accepted 2009 Grevillea beadleana hybrid [8] photos
'Dot Brown' PBR[1]
'Edna Ellen' = G. 'Moonlight' [2]
'Edna Walling Softly Softly' G. alpina x G. lanigera 'Blush' [182]
'Eileen Rose' ACRA: received 1982, accepted 1988 [183]
'Ellendale' (or 'Ellendale Pool') = G. fililoba
'Ember Glow' PBR[1] [184]
'Evelyn's Coronet' ACRA: received 1976, accepted 1977 G. buxifolia x G. lavandulacea [185] photo

F to J

Cultivar Image Registration Parentage and notes Reference
'Fanfare' ACRA: received 1979, accepted 1979 G. x gaudichaudii x G.longifolia; also known as 'Austraflora Fanfare' [186]
'Fire Sprite' ACRA: received 1999, accepted 2007 Grevillea longistyla x Grevillea venusta [187]
'Fireworks' PBR, 2007 Grevillea 'Pink Pixie' x G. alpina [1] photo
'Flame 'n Beauty' ACRA: received 1998, accepted 2006 G. asparagoides x G. calliantha [188] photo
'Flamingo' G.'Superb' x G. 'Moonlight' photo
'Forest Rambler' ACRA: accepted 2007 A cultivar of unknown origin that appeared in cultivation in the 1980s. It has similarities in appearance to G. shiressii and G. 'Ruby Clusters'. [9]photo
'Forsteri' form of G. banksii
'Gingin Gem' Prostrate form of Grevillea obtusifolia
'Glen Pearl' Possibly a hybrid of G. victoriae x G. juniperina First grown in 1960 [2]
'Glen Sandra' Possibly a hybrid of G. juniperina x (possibly) G. rosmarinifolia. First grown in 1960. [2]
'Golden Glory' ACRA: received 1984, accepted 1987 form of G. tenuiloba [189] photo
'Golden Lyre' A hybrid of G. formosa x G. 'Honey Gem' Public release in 2005 [190]
'Golden Sparkle' ACRA, 1975 Variegated sport of G. audreyae first propagated in 1973. [2] [191] photo
'Golden Yul-lo' PBR, 1995 'Sandra Gordon' x unknown[1]
'Goldfever' PBR, 2005 G. juniperina x Grevillea rhyolitica[1]
'Goldrush' ACRA: received 1985, accepted 1992 G. alpina x G. rosmarinifolia [192] photo
'Grampians Gold' ACRA, 1989 form of G. alpina [193] photo
'Granya Glory' ACRA: received 1987, accepted 2000 G. lanigera x G. polybractea [194]
'Grassfire' G. tetragonoloba x G.laurifolia [195]
'Green Glow' ACRA: received 1983, accepted 1987 Grevillea tetragonoloba x Grevillea x gaudichaudii Originally named 'Wakiti Strata'. [196] photo
'Gypsy' ACRA: received 1985, accepted 1990 form of Grevillea banksii [197]
'Gypsy Moon' Originated from a G. 'Sandra Gordon' seedling selected by Owen Brown of Caloundra, Queensland in 1986. Released by Australis Plants in 2005. [10]
'Hilda Herbert' Grevillea banksii x (possibly) G. 'Misty Pink' [2]
'Hills Jubilee' ACRA: received 2007, accepted 2009 (Grevillea baueri x Grevillea alpina Warby Range form) x Grevillea rosmarinifolia 'Lutea' . [11]
'Honey Barbara' ACRA: received 2007, accepted 2009 G. 'Honey Gem' x G. 'Sylvia'. In cultivation since 2000 [198]
'Honey Gem' ACRA, 1980 red form of Grevillea banksii x Grevillea pteridifolia [12] photo
'Honey Jo' ACRA, 2009 G.sericea x G. linearifolia [199]
'Honey Wonder' PBR[1] variegated sport of G. 'Honey Gem' [7]
'Honeybird Cream' [200]
'Honeybird Pink' [201]
'Honeybird Yellow' [202]
'Honeyeater Heaven'
'Hot Lips' form of Grevillea banksii [203] [204]
'Hunter Beauty' ACRA: received 1998, accepted 2007 possibly G. aspleniifolia x G. laurifolia; prostrate [205]
'Ivanhoe' ACRA: received 1967, accepted 1992 Grevillea longifolia x Grevillea caleyi. Believed to have originated in the Melbourne suburb of Ivanhoe [2][206] photo
'Jessie Cadwell' Thought be a hybrid of G. longifolia x G. caleyi 'Nana' [2]
'Jester' ACRA: received 1989, accepted 1993 G. 'Honey Gem' x G. 'Coconut Ice' [207] photo
'John Evans' Thought to be a hybid of G. baeuri x G. rosmarinifolia 'Nana' [2]
'Jolly Swagman' Also known as G. 'Humpty Dumpty'. Seedling of G. 'Royal Mantle' [2]
'Jubilee' ACRA: received 1982, accepted 1985 G. rosmarinifolia x G. alpina [208] photo
'Judith' Selection of G. alpina (Cardinia form) [2]

K to O

Cultivar Image Registration Parentage and notes Reference
'Kay Williams' Grevillea banksii x Grevillea 'Sandra Gordon' [209][210]
'Kentlyn' = 'Mason's Hybrid'
'Kimberley Gold' Grevillea wickhamii x Grevillea miniata [211]
'Kingaroy Slippers' ACRA: received 1977, accepted 1978 mutation of Grevillea banksii [212] photo
'Ladelle' ACRA: accepted 1998 seedling of G. 'Misty Pink'; trademarked as G. 'Pink Flush'; [213] photo
'Lady O' PBR: received 2002, granted 2005[1] Grevillea victoriae x Grevillea rhyolitica
'Lana Marie' [214]
'Lara Dwarf' ACRA: received 1977, accepted 1978 A form of G. rosmarinifolia selected by David Jones in 1969 near Lara. [2][215] photo
'Lemon Supreme' Hybrid involving G. olivacea x G. preissii
'Lillian' Possibly a hybrid involving G. rosmarinifolia [2][216]
'Lime-Light' ACRA: received 1977, accepted 1978 form of G. rosmarinifolia [217]photo
'Lime Spider' Variegated sport of G. 'Honey Gem'
'Little Honey' PBR[1]
'Little Jessie' ACRA: received 1998, accepted 2007 G.asparagoides x G. calliantha [218]
'Little Miss Muffet' Grevillea sericea x Grevillea speciosa [219] [220]
'Little Thicket' ACRA: received 1977, accepted 1979 A natural hybrid with a suckering habit from Braidwood, New South Wales thought to be derived from a cross of G arenaria subsp. arenaria and G. lanigera. First cultivated in 1972, it was originally considered to be a form of G. obtusiflora. [221][222] photo
'Lollypops!' [223]
'Long John' ACRA: accepted 2007 Grevillea longistyla x G. johnsonii: also known as G. 'Elegance' [224]
'Lorikeet Amber' PBR[1]
'Lunar Light' ACRA: accepted 1982 form of G. juniperina [225]
'Lyn Parry' ACRA: received 1979, accepted 1982 Grevillea buxifolia x Grevillea sericea [226] photo
'Lyrebird' ACRA: received 1984, accepted 1986 [227] photo
'Magic Lantern' Selected seedling of Grevillea alpina (Cardinia form) [2]
(Magic Lantern) = Grevillea preissii subsp. glabrilimba
'Majestic' hybrid origin (Grevillea 'Misty Pink' seedling) [228]
'Marion' Selected seedling of G. alpina (Cardinia form) [2]
'Mason's Hybrid' ACRA: received 1980, accepted 1982 G. banksii x G. bipinnatifida; also known as G. 'Ned Kelly' and G. 'Kentlyn' [229] photo
'McDonald Park' ACRA: received 1978, accepted 1981 G. rosmarinifoliax G. alpina [230] photo
'Merinda Gordon' ACRA: received 1981, accepted 1986 Grevillea insignis and Grevillea asteriscosa [231] photo
'Midas Touch' seedling of Grevillea juncifolia [13]
'Misty Pink' ACRA: received 1975, accepted 2000 G. banksii (compact red flowering form) x G. sessilis [232]
'Molly' PBR, 2005 G. aurea x G. bipinnatifida[1]
'Molonglo' ACRA: received 1974, accepted 1974 G. juniperina (upright red flowered form x G. juniperina (prostrate yellow flowered form) [233]
'Moonlight' selected form of Grevillea whiteana [234]
'Mt Tamboritha' prostrate form of Grevillea lanigera
'Nancy Otzen' [235]
'Nectar Delight' ACRA: received 1988, accepted 1992 G. x gaudichaudii x Grevillea acanthifolia [236]
'Ned Kelly' = 'Mason's Hybrid'
'New Blood' G. juniperina "Molonglo" x G. rhyolitica[14]
'Noellii' Form of G. rosmarinifolia sold in the USA. [2]
'Old Gold' ACRA: received 1982, accepted 1984 G. ilicifolia x G. juniperina (prostrate yellow form). [237] photo
'Olympic Flame' A selected seedling of G. alpina (Cardinia form) [2][238]
'Orange Box' PBR [1] Grevillea victoriae x G. juniperina [239]
'Orange Marmalade' ACRA: received 1988, accepted 1991 G. glossadenia x G. venusta [240]photo

P to R

Cultivar Image Registration Parentage and notes Reference
'Parakeet Park' PBR
'Parfait Cream' ACRA: received 1986, accepted 1994 G. 'Pink Parfait' x Grevillea hodgei [241] photo
'Patricia Marie' ACRA: received 1977, accepted 1978 [242]
''Peaches and Cream' PBR white form of G. banksii x G. bipinnatifida (red)
'Pendant Clusters' ACRA: received 1977, accepted 1979 Grevillea chrysophaea x Grevillea baueri [243] photo
'Picasso' Selected form of Grevillea synapheae sold in the United States [244]
'Pink Champagne' F2 hybrid of G. 'Misty Pink' [2]
'Pink Gem' Prostrate form of Grevillea humilis
'Pinkie' Seedling of Grevillea lanigera raised in Geelong [2]
'Pink Lady' G. juniperina x possibly G. rosmarinifolia. Raised in Queanbeyan. [2] [245]photo
'Pink Midget' PBR, 2001 Grevillea leiophylla x Grevillea humilis subsp. maritima [246]
'Pink Parfait' ACRA: received 1982, accepted 1982 F2 hybrid of 'Misty Pink' [247]photo
'Pink Star' ACRA: accepted 1980 Grevillea baueri x ? [248] photo
'Pink Surprise' ACRA: received 1976, accepted 1977 Grevillea whiteana x Grevillea banksii (red flower form) [249] photo
'Poorinda Adorning' ACRA: received 1968, accepted 1978 seedling from a form of G. juniperina [250] photo
'Poorinda Annette' ACRA: received 1968, accepted 1979 G. juniperina x small flowered form of G. alpina [251]
'Poorinda Anticipation' ACRA: received 1975, accepted 1981 Grevillea longifolia x Grevillea willisii [15]
'Poorinda Beauty' ACRA: received 1975, accepted 1977 form of G. juniperina x G. alpina [252]
'Poorinda Belinda' ACRA: accepted 1975 G. juniperina x (yellow flower form of Grevillea obtusiflora x G. alpina [253] photo
'Poorinda Ben' ACRA: received 1976, accepted 1982 seedling of G. 'Poorinda Peter' [254] photo
'Poorinda Beulah' ACRA: received 1975, accepted 1978 seedling of G. 'Poorinda Blondie' [255]
'Poorinda Blondie' ACRA: received 1975, accepted 1978 Seedling from G. "hookeriana" [256]photo
'Poorinda Constance' ACRA: received 1964, accepted 1984 New South Wales form of G. juniperina x red flower form of G. victoriae [257][258]
'Poorinda Diadem' ACRA: received 1975, accepted 1979 seedling of Grevillea 'Poorinda Leane' [259] photos
'Poorinda Elegance' ACRA: received 1963, accepted 1977 Hybrid of New South Wales form of G. juniperina and G. alpina x G. 'obtusiflora' [260]photos
'Poorinda Emblem' ACRA: received 1974, accepted 1978 Grevillea caleyi x G. 'Poorinda Peter'. [261]photo
'Poorinda Empress' ACRA: received 1975, accepted 1978 Grevillea hookeriana x Grevillea caleyi [262]photo
'Poorinda Enchantment' ACRA: received 1975, accepted 1979 seedling from G. 'Poorinda Blondie' [263] photo
'Poorinda Ensign' ACRA: received 1975, accepted 1989 Grevillea lavandulacea and Grevillea ilicifolia [264]photo
'Poorinda Firebird' ACRA: received 1967, accepted 1977 Grevillea speciosa x New South Wales form of Grevillea oleoides [265]photo
'Poorinda Gaye' ACRA: received 1976, accepted 1984 Grevillea hookerana x Grevillea caleyi [16] photo
'Poorinda Gemini' ACRA: received 1979, accepted 1984 Seedling of Grevillea hookerana [17]photo
'Poorinda Golden Lyre' ACRA, 1963 G. alpina x G. victoriae [266] photo
'Poorinda Hula' ACRA, 1975 G. trinervis and G. linearis [267] photo
'Poorinda Illumina' ACRA, 1963 G. lavandulacea and G lanigera [268]photo
'Poorinda Jeanie' ACRA, 1975 G. alpina and G. juniperina [269] photo
'Poorinda Jennifer Joy' ACRA, 1964 G. speciosa and G. linearifolia [270]photo
'Poorinda Joyce' ACRA, 1963 G. alpina x G. lavandulacea [271]photo
'Poorinda Leane' ACRA, 1977 G. juniperina x G. victoriae [272] photos
'Poorinda Miriam' ACRA, 1980 Seedling of G. 'Poorinda Blondie' [273] photos
'Poorinda Peter' ACRA, 1980 G. acanthifolia x G. longifolia [274] photo
'Poorinda Pink Coral' ACRA, 1977 G. juniperina x G. victoriae [275] photo
'Poorinda Queen' ACRA, 1964 G. juniperina x yellow flower form of Grevillea victoriae [276]
'Poorinda Rachel' ACRA, 1978 G. alpina and G. juniperina [277]photo
'Poorinda Refrain' ACRA, 1978 New South Wales form of G. floribunda x G. juniperina [278]
'Poorinda Regina' ACRA, 1978 Seedling of G. 'Poorinda Blondie' [279]photo
'Poorinda Rondeau' ACRA, 1975 Grevillea lavandulacea x Grevillea baueri [280] photo
'Poorinda Rosy Morn' ACRA, 1984 G. lavandulacea x form of G. baueri. [281] photo
'Poorinda Royal Carpet' ACRA, 1979 G. laurifolia x G. willisi [282] photo
'Poorinda Royal Mantle' ACRA, 1975 G. laurifolia x G. willisi [283] photo
'Poorinda Signet' ACRA, 1977 G. juniperina x G. lanigera [284]photo
'Poorinda Silver Sheen' ACRA, 1979 Seedling of Grevillea hookeriana [285]photo
'Poorinda Splendour' ACRA, 1972 New South Wales form of G. juniperina x G. alpina [286]
'Poorinda Stephen' ACRA, 1979 G. speciosa x G. oleoides [287] photo
'Poorinda Tranquillity' ACRA Grevillea lavandulacea and Grevillea alpina [288]photos
'Poorinda Vivacity' ACRA, 1979 Grevillea speciosa x large leafed form of Grevillea oleoides [289]
'Pretty Pink' Grevillea arenaria x G. 'Crosbie Morrison'. Introduced in Victoria in 1985. [2]
'Pryor's Hybrid' see 'Scarlet Sprite'
'Radiant Pink' Natural hybrid of Grevillea lavandulacea from the Black Range near the Grampians, Victoria [2]
'Raptor' PBR[1]
'Red Clusters' [290]
'Red Hooks' ACRA, 1987 Grevillea hookeriana x Grevillea tetragonoloba. Often misidentified in the past as G. hookeriana. [291][292]photo
'Red Sunset' photo
'Red Wings' form of Grevillea thelemanniana [293]
'Robyn Gordon' ACRA: accepted 1974 G. banksii x G. bipinnatifida [18]
'Rosy Posy' ACRA form of G. rosmarinifolia [294]photos
'Ruby Clusters' ACRA Grevillea shiressii x Grevillea oleoides or a hybrid of Grevillea victoriae. [295]
'Ruby Red' prostrate red-flowering form of G. banksii[19]

S to Z

Cultivar Image Registration Parentage and notes Reference
'Sandra Gordon' ACRA: received 1976, accepted 1977 G. sessilis and G. pteridifolia [20] photo
'Scarlet Sprite' Also known as 'Pryor's Hybrid' or 'Yarralumla Gem'. Form of G. rosmarinifolia [2] [296]
'Sea Spray' = Wanneroo, Western Australia. [21]
× semperflorens G. thelemanniana x G. juniperina var. sulphurea
'Shirley Howie' ACRA: received 1977, accepted 1978 G. sericea x G. capitellata [22] photo
'Sid Cadwell' unknown - possibly G. tetragonoloba [297]
'Sid Reynolds' ACRA: accepted 1992 G. pinaster x G. commutata [298]
'Silvereye Cream' PBR
'Simply Sarah' ACRA 1999 G. longifolia x G. beadleana [299]
'Splendour' G. speciosa and G. shiressii [300]
'Starfire' ACRA, 1981 seedling of G. 'Honey Gem' [301] photo
'Starflame' ACRA, 1981 seedling of G. 'Honey Gem' [302] photo
'Sunkissed Waters' PBR, 1991 A mutation of 'Poorinda Royal Mantle' with shorter leaves that are light green with a white to cream edge. [303]
'Sunrise' ACRA: received 1988, accepted 1990 G. bipinnatifida x G. 'Clearview Robin'. Originally known as 'Wakiti Sunrise'. [304]
'Sunset Splendour' ACRA: accepted 2007 G. 'Honey Gem' x north Queensland form of G. pteridiifolia. Also known as 'Sunset Bronze' [305] photo
'Superb' ACRA, 1981 white form of G. banksii x G. bipinnatifida (red) [306] photo
'Sylvia' F2 hybrid of G. 'Pink Surprise'
'Tanunda' form of G. lavandulacea from Aldinga in South Australia [23]
'Tucker Time Entrée' PBR G. rosmarinifolia x G. alpina [307]
'Tyalge Glow' ACRA, 1990 G. speciosa x G.'Poorinda Firebird' [308]
'Wakiti Gem' ACRA: received 1983 G. tetragonoloba x G. x gaudichaudii. [24]
'Wattlebird Yellow' PBR
'Waverley Ghost' ACRA: received 1984 Variegated sport of Grevillea 'Poorinda Constance'. Selected 1979. [25]
'White Wings' G. curviloba subsp. incurva x ? [21]
'Winpara Gem' ACRA, 1984 G. thelemanniana x G. olivacea [309] photo
'Winpara Gold' ACRA, 1988 G. preisii x G olivacea [310] photo
'Winter Delight' G. lanigera x G. lavandulacea [26]
'Winter Sparkles' ACRA, 1991 Grevillea banksii x G. pteridifolia [311] photo
'Woori Wanderer' ACRA: accepted 2008 G.laurifolia x G. acanthifolia. Selected 1990. [27] photos
'Yamba Sunshine' [312]
'Yarralumla Gem' see 'Scarlet Sprite'

See also

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