These last few weeks, our native gardens here at Yuruga have burst into bloom and our grevilleas are alive with birds all shapes, sizes and colours. In fact, each grevillea bush is a mini-ecosystem in its own right.
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Without exaggeration, every moment of every day there are birds in my grevillea patch. At work when I look out the window I can see a nesting yellow honeyeater in a Kay Williams grevillea. It’s amazing the life grevilleas bring to a garden. I’m not talking about a forest of plants, just one or two are enough to attract native honey eaters when they are in flower.