Grevillea rosmarinifolia is also known as Rosemary Grevillea. It is a bushy evergreen shrub. Rosmarinifolia refers to the rosemary-like leaves. It is native to Australia. Grevillea rosmarinifolia is part of the Proteaceae family of plants. Grevillea rosmarinifolia was first mentioned by Allan Cunningham (1791-1839). He was an English botanist who is known for his travels to Australia.
Grevillea flowers from late winter to spring. The flowers are spider-like. They are red and cream and full of nectar attracting butterflies and hummingbirds. Grevillea rosmarinifolia is deer and drought-tolerant. It is easy to grow and can grow up to 8ft or 2.5m tall.
Grow Grevillea rosmarinifolia in the sun or partial shade. Plant it in acidic and well-drained soil. It is generally pest-free and disease-free. Prune after flowering and propagate from seed, semi-hardwood cuttings, or grafting.