|Grevillea treueriana subsp. var.||Mt Finke Grevillea|
Grevillea treueriana, also known known as Mount Finke Grevillea, is a shrub which is endemic to South Australia. It usually grows to a height of between 1 and 1.5 metres with a similar spread. It has deeply lobed leaves with sharp points and produces bright, orange-red "toothbrush" flowers in winter and spring.
This species prefers a dry climate and well drained soil, but can be grafted on to rootsocks of Grevillea robusta or Grevillea 'Poorinda Royal Mantle' to enable cultivation in areas with higher humidity and rainfall
Plants can be propagated by taking cuttings from current seasons growth, or from seed which has been nicked with a sharp knifewp.
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