Plant of the Month:Grevillea Molly

Our Plant of the Month for March is the stunning Grevillea Molly which is a spreading medium sized shrub growing 1-2 metres high and wide. Grevillea Molly produces flowers for most of the year but mostly in Autumn through to Spring with large pinkish dark red flowers among deeply lobed leaves. Grevillea Molly suits a low maintenance or coastal garden as it can be quite drought resistant once established and will look great in your garden as a feature plant or as a screen or informal hedge. It will tolerate light frost and attracts bees, nectar feeding birds, butterflies and other insects. It requires an open position with moist, well drained soil and benefits from a prune after it’s main flowering and feed with a slow release native fertiliser.