Grevillea Robusta Sub Tropical Landscape Trees Growers

Subtropical Trees

 Scientific Name

Grevillea Robusta

Family

 Proteaceae

Genus

Grevillea

Species

Robusta

Common Name

 Silk Oak, Silky Oak, Silver-Oak

Type

 Tree

Height

 20ft to over 40 feet

 Hardiness Zone

 9a

Description


Grevillea robusta is also known as silky oak trees, southern silky oak and silk oak etc. It is not firmly identified with the genuine oaks. It is an evergreen and fast growing tree. It can reaches up to the height of 18m to 35meters.
Its blossoms are brilliant golen-orange bottle-brush-like flowers, and are utilized for nectar creation.
the blooms have no petals, Its flowers have a long calyx that parts into 4 projections.
At the point when it is young, it can be developed as a houseplant where it can endure light shade, yet lean towards full sun as it develops best in warm zones. On the off chance if planted outside, young trees require protection from frost. Once settled it is hardier and endures temperatures down to −8 °C (18 °F).  It needs periodic water yet it is generally fairly safe in dry season.

Availability

Trees
Young Plants
Seedlings
Seeds

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