Grevillea ‘Kings Fire’ is part of the Proteaceae family of plants. It is an evergreen shrub native to Australia. Kings Park Botanic Garden in Western Australia introduced Grevillea ‘Kings Fire’ PP 27,875 through Ball Horticulture.
It grows to about 6ft or 1.8m tall. The foliage is grayish-green and dissected. The buds are whitish and produce recurved red flowers which turn more orangish-red as they straighten. As one of the parents of this hybrid is a coastal species it can be used near coasts.
How to grow Grevillea ‘Kings Fire’:
Grow Grevillea ‘Kings Fire’ in the sun in rich and moist but well-drained soil. Does not like acidy soil so avoid fertilizers that have phosphorus or have acidifying agents. Grevillea ‘Kings Fire’ is hardy to 25ºF or -4ºC. Depending on the climate it flowers throughout the year. Plant it in the garden or containers. It attracts bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds and it is drought-tolerant.