Royal Grevillea is definitely a conversation piece in the garden. This large, broadleaf evergreen shrub produces unusual pendant clusters of beak-like red-orange buds that hang on the plant from fall through winter. In late winter through early summer the clusters open revealing red-orange honeysuckle-like blooms. Sporadic flowers can appear almost year round and are very attractive to hummingbirds. Native to southeast Australia this is the hardiest member of the Grevilleas. It is fast growing and young plants will grow up to one foot per year. Once established it is remarkably drought tolerant. Hardy to USDA Zones 7-10.