Grevillea ‘Robyn Gordon’ is a very popular grevillea cultivar which has been planted widely in Australia and other countries.
It is a shrub that grows to 2 meters in height and up to 3 meters width and has attractive divided leaves The red inflorescence are about 15 cm long by 9 cm wide.
The cultivar, which is a cross between a red-flowered form of Grevillea banksii and G. bipinnatifida, was selected by David Gordon in Queensland for its prolific and sustained flowering. Trials, which began in 1963, demonstrated stability in its characteristics and it was released to the nursery trade in 1968. It was registered in 1973 under the name ‘Robyn Gordon’ in memory of a family member who died in 1969, aged 16.
Today Grevillea ‘Robyn Gordon’ is still one of the most planted varieties by professional landscapers.
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