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Grevillea 'Abracadabra'

ACRA 1536

Applicant: Neil Marriott, Stawell Victoria (on behalf of the ANPSA Grevillea Study Group)

Date (when first selected or introduced): 2004

Origin: Result of a controlled pollination

Description: Large open shrub, 2.0m (h) x 2.5m (w)

Flowers: Axillary racemes of bright red and cream flowers from Jul-Jan

Foliage Colour: Bluish Grey-green

Colour Coding RHS Colour Chart 1995 :

Flowers: Perianth and Style: Red Group 46a
Leaves (upper surface): Green Group 133a

Comparators: Grevillea ‘Merinda Gordon’, G. insignis

Reasons for distinctiveness: Grevillea ‘Abracadabra’ differs from Grevillea 'Merinda Gordon' in its larger, blue-green leaves and its larger, red and cream flowers. It differs from Grevillea insignis in its deeply lobed leaves which are blue green, and in its flowers which are red and cream.

Accepted for Registration: 12 February 2016