|Tree||Grevillea hookeriana Red Toothbrushes||
|Description||This is an attractive, native shrub with an upright, medium sized habit and deeply lobed, narrowly segmented leaves. Dark red, nectar filled flowers form in clusters at the ends of the branches resembling toothbrushes, attracting native birds and bees. The main flowering flush occurs in winter and spring, but it is known to spot flower throughout the year.|
|Mature Size||3 x 3m|
|Uses||This shrub can be used for contrast planting or as an informal hedge or screen.|
|Position & Soil||It requires well drained soils in sunny or semi-shaded situations. It tolerates extended dry periods once established and is tolerant of at least moderate frosts.|
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