Grevillea is a large genus of evergreen shrubs and small trees known for their spectacular flowers and foliage. In fact, plants in this genus offer a great variety of flowers, foliage, size, spread, and forms. Most plants in the genus of Grevillea are quite easy to grow as ornamental houseplants for many different purposes – hedges, topiaries, small trees, indoor houseplants, or just as specimen plants in gardens.
Most species of Grevillea come from tropical and subtropical zones of Africa, Australia, and Malaysia where the bloom in spring. Flowers usually appear in clusters and range from red, white, cream and pink. These flowers are rich in nectar and thus attract birds and pollinating insects.
Grown from seeds or cuttings, most plants in the genus of Grevillea grow well in a regular soil mix, and under sunny or partially-shaded regions where the receive moderate water.