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Dryander Oak

Grevillea dryandri


Grevillea dryandri is a spreading to erect shrub. It produces lomg racemes of white, red or pink flowers between January and May. The leaves are dissected and 90mm - 180mm long with lobes 30mm - 120mm long. The leaf margins curve downwards, enclosing the lower surface of the leaf.


found in woodland, spinifex grassland in rocky or stony soil on stony slopes and rocky ridges

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1 Comment

KerryHawkins 8 years ago

That's a really pretty grevillea Mac

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Queensland, Australia

Spotted on Apr 27, 2013
Submitted on Apr 27, 2013

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