Answer: Grevillea is a low-water use plant once established so watering deeply once each week to help it become established is an acceptable practice. You can then wean it off of regular waterings, deeply flooding the soil every 30 days during the growing season. Grevillea is susceptible to root rot if the soil does not drain quickly and it is adversely affected by salts in the water. Be sure to amend the planting area with sand or gravel if your soil is too loamy. This will help the soil drain quickly and save your plants from root rot.
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