This ornamental shrub was found growing near its parent bush but has its own distinct characteristics.
The sprawling evergreen shrub 1.5-2m with a similar spread.
Leaves are dark green fern-like with a silky underside.
Arching stems, at intervals throughout the year, hold racemes of crimson ‘spidery’ flowers with the familiar extended curved style.
Propagation only by cuttings.
Birds are very attracted to the flowers.
Named `Robyn Gordon’ in memory of a member of the Gordon family who died at the age of 16.
Popular sprawling, evergreen shrub with dark green fernlike leaves and at intervals throughout the year has masses of crimson