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Possibly a hybrid between Grevillea whiteana and Grevillea banksii, although other suggestions include a selected form of the Grevillea whiteana itself. A large spreading shrub, divided narrow dark green leaves which can be up to 20cm long. flowers are long brush-like creamy white blooms that unfurl from the bottom giving a tapered appearance, flowering is continuous all year with bursts of extra flowering after rains and during spring.
This cultivar or hybrid is found throughout much of Australia and is widely grown as a garden plant. This one in garden environment near to dry Eucalypt woodland in north east NSW.
Spotted on Apr 16, 2014
Submitted on Apr 25, 2014